With an amazing talent pool across the Philippines, we know we’ll find the perfect fit for your company.
We’ve been doing this for some time, so we know how to find the right professionals with the right experience.
Almost all of our offshore assistants have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher!
Where are you falling short?
Are you spending time being busy rather than working on the things that matter? Remove the busy work!
Are you getting the results you want or need? As you grow you can’t do everything.
Have you calculated your opportunity cost if you don’t offshore? What else could you be doing?
All offshore employees are based in the Philippines with proven and tested experience.
Keep costs low and productivity high by having a completely remote team that work the same hours you do.
The large majority of our offshore team are university educated at Australian Standards.
Recruited for You
An individual who has been hand-picked to suit the role and your culture.
We do the rest!
Who can use a Virtual Assistant?
And you, probably!
About Access Offshoring
Just as with your local team, the level of engagement and responsibility determines their output. Ensure you have regular meetings with your team ensuring they understand your expectations and the company’s requirements.
Further to this, this team is no different to a local team and therefore should be made to feel part of the team. The culture within your expanded team will heavily determine the success of both your local and international teams. Provide the same level of training and support as you would for your other hires and you will be a lot closer to a successful relationship.
Just as you would any other hire. Sure, we make it sound simple – but it really can be. Today, the world is different and we have had to quickly adapt to online working. This has been a great opportunity to learn how to successfully manage a remote team. Some tips:
- Have someone locally who can be their direct point of contact
- Include them in your team meetings (daily huddles are highly recommended!)
- Ensure you have some form of daily communication with each member of the team (this could be from the assigned point of contact)
- Treat them as if you would a locally hired employee