Administration VA | Full time
Jan Alvin Dimla
We’re counting down the days until we could finally welcome 2020! The past months have been like a giant, colourful canvas of different events, opportunities and developments that ultimately make this year one for the books for Outsourcing Angel.
At Outsourcing Angel, we’re committed to living a life of love for others. One of the initiatives of the foundation is educating young children so as to give them a better hope and future through a partnership with Virlanie Foundation. We spoke to four of our staff that got involved and listened to what they have to say about their volunteer work.
Marivic’s journey of working with her client Kim is like coming home. All her years of going from client to client, doing role after role has prepared her to become Kim’s trusted right-hand woman. As Kim’s trusted employee,
Hiring and working with virtual assistants is becoming a popular option for many companies today. But, there are some challenges that can arise when working with a remote team. There are, however, ways to overcome challenges and strategies that you can implement to manage your remote team effectively.
The Outsourcing Angel team consists of a management team based in Sydney, Australia and Virtual Assistants based in the Philippines. Together, we have weekly video conferences and communicate online via messages and emails daily, but many of the Outsourcing Angel team members have yet to meet each other in person.
November was yet another amazing month for us. It was productive and filled with opportunities to connect with people who we’re excited to bring more value to. One of our highlights has to be the two networking events we had over the last few weeks that we labelled “Time Freedom Business”
There’s one thing that anyone anywhere in the globe will hate instantly- a power outage. You’re at home watching TV or lounging in the living room and all a sudden the lights go out around you. Your blood pressure rises and the whole world goes dark- literally and figuratively.
Sharing love warms the heart, doing it for others empowers them to act compassionately as well, and sharing knowledge is giving one the chance to strive for long-term sustainability instead of short-term survival.
As an offshore staff, most VAs like myself are not used to clients asking us personal questions or even sitting down with us to spare some time just get to know us, our family, and least of them all – our plans about our the future.