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An extensive vocabulary, good diction, and pleasant speaking voice are necessities since the most common responsibilities involve placing calls on behalf of the company, such as calls to customers for scheduling purposes or to vendors to arrange deliveries and pick up packages. Those in this position also returns calls from potential new customers seeking information about services and products.

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An excellent grasp of grammar, spelling, and proper writing mechanics are crucial. E-mail duties include sending customer satisfaction surveys and "thank you" messages to existing customers, as well as follow-up messages to potential customers to thank them for expressing their interest in our company.
Outstanding computer skills are imperative for researching information online in our company databases and written reference materials in virtual libraries, as well as comparing competitors' published information on websites and in digital brochures, flyers, booklets, etc. Comparing and contrasting our services and products will require the virtual assistant to utilize skills in compilation, evaluation, and organization to achieve the best results when communicating with customers.
Virtual assistants will also be responsible for creating slides, digital graphics, and charts for online and print copies of reports/presentations and web-based seminar speeches. Taking information from raw data and compiling it into attractive formats which clearly and concisely reflect the information is extremely important.
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No degree is required for a virtual assistant position. However, he/she will need a computer running Windows 7 or newer OS and a high-speed internet connection, as well as a dedicated phone line (cell phones are not acceptable) and a quiet working environment free from distractions/noise while speaking with customers.
Access to Microsoft Office products including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint is required. Work hours are flexible, as long as the required work completed. Pay based on a per-item basis rather than hourly or salary-based. Virtual assistants work from home and report completed items and track work via software supplied by our company, which installed on the assistant's system. We assign one direct supervisor to monitor assistants, but there will be no teamwork required; only the individual virtual assistant's motivation to succeed via their own skills and hard work is required. Bonuses are available based on quarterly achievements.
The benefits from hiring a Virtual Assistant (VA) are numerous and well documented. Advances in technology have made it possible to work with anyone, anywhere in the world possible - as long as they have a high-speed internet connection. We are now in a phase where everything can be done virtually. Of course, companies still hire administrative assistants who receive regular wages even in quiet times but virtual administrative assistants are now available to work for you only when you need them and get paid only by the work they've done! Here are the top four benefits of a virtual administrative assistant, or VA:

A VA saves you time

Obviously, virtual assistants may save time for you by handling tasks you need to be done without interfering with the tasks your employees need to focus on. Many of these tasks include organizing and managing your emails, addressing support requests, phone messages, and social media posts. Your company can run smoothly without unwanted interruptions due to scheduling the calendar and other tasks needed to be done in a regular manner from day to day.
Having a VA saves your office space, and you don't need to put another person on your payroll. You also do not need to purchase new equipment like computers or telephones. Your VA will also not require you to pay additional taxes, benefits and other hidden costs associated with hiring and firing.
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A VA saves you money
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A VA saves you from headaches
CEOs must have a clear vision for the future and goal setting abilities, but these important tasks often overshadowed by busy work that can be handled by your VA. VAs can handle all those tedious daily tasks you need to attend to so you can focus on growth. VAs can decrease your daily headaches, and help you keep everything organized to keep your business running smoothly. As a CEO, when you feel confident that everything is operating smoothly in the background, he or she can hyper-focus on business growth and strategy.
Companies still hire administrative assistants who get a regular payroll - even during quiet times. But VAs are often available to work only when you need them, and they only get paid for the work they've done. Everything you're outsourcing to a VA is a function that you're not hiring a salaried employee to perform. And it's not just manpower either. Why should your business pay for the latest computers and software? Instead, by outsourcing administrative tasks to a VA, you don't have to pay the price of obsolescence, which can be extremely high in the world of IT. Your customers will have absolutely no idea where the work is being performed, and they probably wouldn't care if they did know.
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A VA can make your cost fixed or variable


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