The end of the year is coming really soon. In a few days, we’re going to say goodbye to 2019 and close that book forever. But before we bid farewell to what was an amazing year for Outsourcing Angel, we want to look back at all the amazing things that made this year such a … Continue reading Outsourcing Angel’s Best Moments of 2019
No doubt the past few years have witnessed the boom of freelancing in Australia and other countries, or what’s known to us as the gig economy. As our company, Outsourcing Angel, continues to work with australian companies outsourcing overseas, we realise more and more how big this trend is. More workers are now embracing the freedom and autonomy of freelancing or remote working, and at the same time employers are seeing the benefits of hiring independent contractors to reduce operational costs.
As of late, there has been a growing trend in the area of business: outsourcing business processes to virtual assistants. We all know that human resource is a great investment when you want to scale your business. Often business owners and directors are overwhelmed by the amount of work that comes their way. And when we get busy, we start to neglect the activities that really matter.
Instagram is one of today’s most influential online platforms. During the Christmas season, shoppers flock to the social media channel hoping to finalise their shopping plans there. With the help of a virtual assistant, you can build a strong Instagram strategy that will help drive traffic and sales to your business. Here’s how you can work with a virtual assistant to create a strong Instagram strategy this Christmas season.
Nowadays, it’s easy to find virtual assistants that you can outsource tasks to. And now you want to get a virtual assistant for yourself or your department. But should a company look for remote workers themselves or should they work with a recruitment agency? Here are the pros and cons of both scenarios.
Outsourcing benefits companies through a number of ways, from cutting costs, increasing the quality of their products and services to helping them grow their bottom line. This is a fact known to both multinational companies and SMEs based in developed countries who have been outsourcing aspects of their businesses, particularly to developing countries, for years.