You started your business so you could do what you were good at and what makes you happy… not so you could crunch numbers and prepare documents for the better part of the workweek.
If you’re getting tired of wearing every hat in your company, it’s probably time to hire a virtual assistant.
The only problem with this is that the hiring process is only going to add more to your plate! So you’re probably thinking, “Why should I bother? I’ll just spend that time doing the tasks I’d have to train them to do.” And you’d be right, to a point.
At some point, most of us are going to need to hire a VA. It’s the only way to stay sane while we grow our businesses. I’ve been through this process almost a dozen times, so I’m going to provide you with some tools to make your life a little easier. This hiring process guide includes:
- 3 steps you have to do to hire a VA.
- Recommendations on where to find one.
- A template you can use to post a job opening for a VA.
- Suggestions on how to narrow down the list of candidates.
- Tips for onboarding your new hire (or new contractor).
- A list of duties you may want to assign to your assistant.