After working with thousands of Filipino assistants over the last decade, I’m convinced that outsourcing to the Philippines is the equivalent of small business CPR and, overtime, HGH.
People who hire short-term help on a regular basis are running a short-term business (meaning they’re failing or they’re going to fail soon). Short-term help means employee turnover, and turnover in a business means death.
When it’s time to choose a Filipino virtual assistant, you don’t want just anyone. You want to find the right person—the one who’s going to be the best fit for your business. The harder you work, the better choices you’ll have.
When you’re ready to hire a new Filipino virtual assistant, there are good ways and not-so-good ways to bringing this person on board. I’ll help you to see how the right way.
They way you manage your worker will either build or ruin loyalty, ingenuity, hard work and honesty. Let’s talk about some essential ways to work with your VA that will keep them around for a long, long time.