- Is it convenient when you can’t train your Virtual Assistant directly or talk to them when something goes wrong?
- What if that Virtual Assistant agency folds (see Zirtual)? What would happen to your Virtual Assistant or the work they’ve done, is it all gone?
- And if your Virtual Assistant does all the work, how come as much as 2/3 of what you’re paying goes to the agency managing them?
About John Jonas John helps business owners learn to outsourcing to the Philippines and replace themselves with virtual assistants. He founded and owns OnlineJobs.ph. He currently employs 14 amazing Filipino workers full-time and loves every one of them. He lives in Utah, has a wonderful wife, 4 amazing kids, and golfs 4-5 times/week. Find John at JohnJonas.com and Facebook. If you liked this you’ll probably also like reading
Jun Valasek says
Hiring a virtual assistant from the agency has great advantage of the agency is owned by Filipino and not by a foreigner. Agency owned by foreigners does not care about Filipino VAs benefits that’s why it folds when VA leaves. A Filipino-owned VA agency that provides full government-mandated benefits has a great advantage to both the VA and the client. Sadly, most agencies are owned by foreigners and most Filip[ino-wned agency does not provide benefits….