Several businesses worldwide had difficulty coping with the pandemic, especially when they had to adapt and switch to remote work setups to continue their operations. As the employees start working from home, they might face problems staying productive and managing their health due to the sudden working environment’s change.
A new Filipino virtual assistant can have difficulty adjusting to the new remote working environment since they’re used to working in the office. Veteran VAs have had sufficient experience working from different remote locations, including their home, and know how they can stay productive.
Some new virtual assistants might easily get distracted from the background noise at home and the neighbors or anything that isn’t work-related. People can quickly get distracted when they don’t have a home office to work in. Setting up a dedicated workspace allows the VAs to focus on their work.
The VAs might also keep themselves from becoming productive when they take it easy during office hours and work outside work hours. Virtual assistants must focus on their work during designated office hours and stop afterward.
Many companies are now looking to hire a virtual assistant in the Philippines thanks to the low labor costs and high-quality work that Filipino VAs can give. It’s vital that such VAs can deliver according to their clients’ expectations, and this infographic by OVA Virtual can help them know how to stay productive and healthy amid COVID-19.
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