There are various and creative ways on how to work with your VA. Our clients use ways such as Email, Skype, telephone, Google Hangouts, Whatsapp, Slack, screen share programs, screenshots, videos, tutorials, checklists, case management software, or any type of communication available.
We learn about your business needs and match you to a virtual assistant (VA) that specializes in the tasks that you are requesting. Not every person is good at everything. Perhaps someone is better at math-related tasks, design work, Microsoft Excel, etc. We screen the virtual assistants prior to them joining our team and we also provide them with paid training on administrative tasks for several weeks, prior to them working for your company. We work hard and smart to find a team of VA’s that’s the best fit for you.
In the ALM Intelligence 2022 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Survey that was conducted among 3,400 respondents working in law firms – 35% stated that they feel depressed; 64% said that their relationships have suffered as a result of being a member of the legal profession;
In 1996, Anastacia Brice made a phone call with Thomas Leonard – a conversation they shared was then described as “virtual assistance”. Anastacia used the term for a new rising career where one works from home for an international client, she founded the first virtual assistant company in 1997 called “AssistU”.