Managing a successful business or organization can be overwhelming, but are you struggling to determine which type of support staff to hire? If so, you’re not alone.
Two of the most popular positions are executive assistant and virtual assistant, but what is the difference between them?
Executive assistants typically work in large companies and provide administrative support to high-level executives. Their responsibilities can include managing correspondence, scheduling meetings and appointments, preparing reports, organizing events, creating presentations, and more. They need to have excellent communication skills, the ability to multitask, prioritize tasks, and think critically to manage their executive’s schedule effectively.
Virtual assistants, on the other hand, offer administrative support remotely from an offsite location. They are typically hired on a freelance basis for short-term projects or long-term contracts. Depending on the specific needs of their clients, they may handle tasks such as data entry, research, writing copy for websites or emails, editing documents or videos, creating graphics or slide decks for presentations, etc. Strong organizational skills and the ability to simultaneously juggle multiple projects are also important to the success of this role.
At Virtual Cathy, we offer the best of both worlds with our Executive Assisting Plans!
Our virtual assistant services are tailored to your specific needs, and our team of skilled professionals can handle both your day-to-day tasks and big-picture initiatives. We can help you streamline your workflow, allowing you to focus on what you do best – running your organization.
And if you’re looking for dedicated, full-time remote support, our VIP Cathy Service can provide that, too. No matter your needs, we have a solution that’s right for you.
Contact us today to find out how Virtual Cathy can help you manage your workload, reach your goals, and achieve the next level of success!