With their reputation on the line, Lead VAs simply cannot afford to hire just any VA who contacts them. They not only need to ensure any Associate they take on has the right skills, but they also need to have confidence in the quality of their work and trust they can deliver to their client's standards within set deadlines.
With a huge number of willing VAs to choose from, a Lead VA can afford to be really selective about who they outsource work to but with the help of this guide, you'll be in a much better position to ensure it's YOU they choose!
As I haven’t worked with Associates myself, after receiving numerous requests for advice on how to be taken on as an Associate, I asked Victoria Tretis, an experienced VA from my Facebook Group, to write this guide for me.
Prior to setting up her business, Victoria was an employed VA and worked closely with another VA. They buddied together to provide backup support to one another’s clients during holidays, absences and seasonal peaks.
As a result, Victoria hired Associates quite early on and managed a small team of VAs.
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