- A virtual assistant or freelancer works from home, occasionally coming in to your office for meetings if required – this means you are immediately saving money by negating an increase overheads such as electricity, food, additional space and office requirements such as a telephone, a desk, or a computer with licensed software etc.
- A virtual assistant or freelancer is not a permanent employee of your organisation – you are saving again on additional administrative tasks such as having to register a new employee for tax, medical aid or pension benefits.
- A virtual assistant or freelancer does not need paid sick leave, maternity leave – you are saving again by only paying for the time that was actually worked and not for those quiet times in your office where you are paying someone to sit and do nothing for hours at a time.
- A virtual assistant or freelancer is often multi-talented – skilled in more than one area, with experience of many years – you are saving again as you are hiring a highly skilled individual who can assist you in a wide variety of ways on an hourly basis without the high costs of employing a highly skilled individual in a full-time capacity
These are just some of the benefits to hiring a virtual assistant or freelancer. It is an excellent opportunity for NGOs and similar organisations to get the help they need on a regular basis for a fraction of the cost of hiring permanent staff.
For more information on the benefits of hiring a virtual personal assistant or freelancer please contact Lindsay Grubb at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsay Grubb has 14 years of experience under her belt. She is a freelancer who specialises in virtual administration, writing, client services, marketing and public relations.