How to Contract a Virtual Assistant

What you need to know before working and hiring a virtual assistant

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Hiring a Virtual Assistant, what you need to do before you decide to hire/contract/work/invest on a VA for you and your business.

It’s time to create your virtual assistant processes and procedures if you’re thinking of contracting or hiring a virtual bilingual assistant.

Is your business growing? Great!

Are you looking to hire/contract staff? Awesome!

But do you have the tools, processes, and procedures in place to hire/contract people?

Well, in order to continue that growth without overwhelming yourself you need to create and have systems in place!

Now is a great time to take charge and see where you may need help!

Here are somethings to ponder...

If your thoughts are to grow your business (today or in the future) here are some things to consider before you decide to jump into the hiring and contracting process.

More importantly!

Having the right systems in place and the right foundation for your business will help you with your overall growth.

Because remember – that employees or freelancers will either “make you or break you”…YES, I SAID IT!

So in order to help you avoid any potential risks, you need to have the right systems in place. 

After all, it’s your responsibility not only to hire/contract employees, freelancers, contractors, management, etc.,

But it’s also your responsibility to train, mentor, and more importantly to have the right processes and procedures in place.

Because otherwise instead of moving forward you will be taking steps back!

Quick Tips for You

💡1: Don’t line people up without having the right procedures in place.

💡2: Really understand your Biz growth and what you need and where you want to go.

💡3: Set your processes in place; recruiting, HR, administration, etc.

Create the right plan

  • Lining people up before having processes in place will ONLY create chaos, and confusion and in the long run create more problems.
  • Many of us don’t have an HR degree or experience and therefore we may not be good at the whole recruiting and training process, but that’s where I can help you
    • (I created my own internal processes and procedures and therefore have been tested and proven to work effectively for all business sectors)
  • If you decide and envision your business growing, it is very, very important to have these procedures in place for each department, each staff member, etc.

I hope you find these growth strategies helpful when you decided to hire or contract a bilingual virtual assistant or staff.

These three simple tips make such a huge difference when it comes to getting the right person for the job, trust me, I’ve been there!

For more guidance and specific tips for your situation, let’s chat and see how we can work together. Contact me today.

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