One of the common questions we get is “How safe are Virtual Assistants?”.
It’s an understandable question – after all, introducing someone you’ve never met in person into your business can be a daunting idea.
The truth is, though, that most of our business relationships start without us really knowing the other person fully. Traditional “in-person” hires are a great example of this.
If you follow the same principles that you would with any other business relationships, there’s no reason to think that Virtual Assistants are any less safe, just because they’re remote.
In fact, there’s a good argument to say they’re safer – at QuickMonday we’ve already checked every member of our team at great length, including checking their ID and address.
In most cases, we’ve worked with our assistants for years and have seen, first hand, their successful and secure relationships with other clients.
Our assistants are also bound by our comprehensive non-disclosure agreement – which is designed to protect your data and offers a level of protection not normally found in employment contracts.
Treat your Virtual Assistant with the same common sense that you would with any other new business relationship – only share the data you really need to, don’t give out financial information and do your own checks and vetting, if you feel the need to.
If you follow these principles, a Virtual Assistant is a very safe way to get the support your business needs.
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