Reduced labor expenses & no overhead cost:
Hiring a VA means no payroll taxes, no vacation and sick leaves and no health and dental benefits to pay. No labor laws to think about and that is peace of mind. Imagine using all those savings to grow your business.
On-call basis work:
Paying only for the amount of times spent on an assigned task, unlike having an in office employee that have to keep busy. VA work on your preferred schedule and can even work on weekends or nights upon your request.
Diverse skill set:
Virtual Assistants works on different projects and in different industries, they will provide a new perspective and fresh ideas that can benefit your business. Most importantly, a Virtual Assistant my have the skill that you don't have, skills that you could really need for your business but don't have the time to learn
It is very easy to "hire" a VA and once the project has been completed you can have the VA end work task for you, unlike an in office employee. Need help with a weekend project or to cover a task for an absent in office employee? Just ask and you will get a yes.
Quality work output:
Virtual Assistants care about reputation because the best way to get more clients is providing stellar service. With Virtual Assistants, excellent productivity is always guaranteed by exceeding clients expectations. By doing so they will be eligible for a re-hire and recommendations.
No training expenses:
You will not need to spend money and resources on training because VA's normally are experts in their specialized field already. If you need a specific skill-set for a certain project, hire a VA that already has the required skills.
Delegate the small stuff:
Often times, it's repetitive time consuming tasks that gets in the way of your priority. A VA handles the small admin tasks so you can focus on high priority goals for your business.
They handle the admin tasks or other areas of your business, thus allowing you to focus your time on meeting clients and closing more deals. At the end of the day, you get to do the task that you're good at allowing the business to expand and profit more.