If you’re looking to fill a role in your company and you need a talented (but affordable) worker, hiring someone remote makes a lot of sense. It means you’re not limited to any single location, and you can find the best person for the job from anywhere in the world. It’s exciting, but also overwhelming…
In our last post (you can read about here) we talked about how we fully embraced and loved Slack when we first introduced it. A couple years down the track we decided to stop using it. It was a hard decision and not one that we actioned straight away.
Our team works completely remotely so we needed something that could help us:
Stay on task and moving through our priorities
Keep the team united and accountable.
Over the last few years everyone has been talking about the magical Virtual Assistant (VA). The unicorn of the recruitment world!
When we first started Grow My Team nearly four years ago almost every new lead that came to us was looking for a Virtual Assistant (VA). Maybe it was the popularity of Tim Ferriss’s 4 hour work week, the growth of Upwork, Fiverr and a heap of other online freelance marketplaces. Maybe it was just wishful thinking?