QLD, Australia (PRWEB) December 04, 2014
According to a recent survey of Independent Contractors, 28% of Australia's private sector are self-employed. When business is good, often times a self-employed person can get a bit overwhelmed with paperwork or minor items and require an assistant, however, they often don't require an employee.
That's when it's time to hire a Virtual Assistant to help and newly launched Virtual Helper 247 (http://virtualhelper247.com/) can help.
Virtual Helper 247 is owned and operated by Australian company GSEO Pty Ltd and staffed with Virtual Assistant (VA) Staff mainly from Philippines. Some of the tasks regularly carried out by VA's include creating websites and content, engaging website visitors, updating social media accounts, writing articles, creating graphics for products, video production and data entry.
Though staffed from the Philippines, VA's are chosen based on their English and communication skills. VA's are able to send and receive work assignments remotely using technology such as Dropbox for file sharing, Google Apps for things such as email, calendars and contacts, or Skype for communicating.
Even time is flexible in the virtual world. VA’s work with individuals on their own timetable with some working the normal 9 to 5, others working around school pick ups, and others working whenever they're needed. With 3 packages available, there is something for everyone.
Each package includes not only a VA, but also a manager, to insure communication and work. Why hire an employee in-house by the hour when a small business or self-employed individual can have up to three dedicated VA's and two manager's working full time and for 4-5 times cheaper than a local worker.
Virtual Assistant 247 has received many accolades and press reviews from sites such as Yahoo!, Digital Journal, PR Newswire, the Daily Herald, and The Daily Tribune.
For more information, visit http://virtualhelper247.com/