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Remote Working Revolution

It’s safe to say that we’re already deep into the era of the “new normal,” and with it, a sorely-needed revolution in remote working. If you’re a business owner, it’s very likely that your company or organisation is struggling with finding flexible, reliable solutions to keep productivity up without operational costs skyrocketing. This is where a Virtual Assistant (VA) comes in.

My name is Monica Rossi, a bilingual virtual assistant, administrative support, owner of MogioVA, and all-around problem solver for both newly emerging and rapidly growing businesses. Like many people, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the prospect of using the possibilities of existing technology to facilitate business growth and distribute an ever-growing workload. The solution is easier than you think and will put your concerns to rest.

With the mounting pressure that is pushing many SMEs to the breaking point, rethinking the mix between employees and contract-out (outsourced) workers should be among your top priorities, and a Virtual Assistant is your first line of defence.

You, as a business owner, probably have fears about delegating mission-critical work to an independent third party. How do you know that an independent contractor will bring the drive, experience, and passionate commitment that will live up to your expectations? Isn’t that what you pay your regular employees for?

I can confidently say that employing contract-out workers is a make-or-break strategy under our current business model. After all, technology has made it easier than ever to connect SMEs with an ever-reliable workforce that has the time, ability, and inclination to make your experience with this new normal one of growth, learning, and maximising profits while keeping costs down. This can be a tall order for companies that aren’t prepared to cope with an age of rapid change.

Hiring outside your company is a great, budget-friendly way to keep spending down without in any way compromising integrity, vision, quality, or results. In fact, it’s now the most reliable way of getting the quality you need without worrying about fixed costs like overheads, rigid schedules, paid holiday, sick days, insurance, taxes, or other money drains that keep you up at night during these trying times.

There are no two ways about it: a pay-as-you-go option tends to be a much more secure way to ensure that every penny you’ve spent on work will be well-invested. Without extraneous costs to drive up your spending, you’ll just need to concern yourself with paying for only the tasks that you need. You don’t need to worry about how your employees are spending their man-hours (which you have to pay out-of-pocket every month regardless).

At MoGio VA, I’ve made it my mission to help businesses get on the right track. I achieve this goal through expert communication skills, comprehensive cloud-based knowledge, time management, a take-charge attitude, and organisational skills. I keep my prices budget-friendly, and I pride myself on being able to work on A-to-Z business support that includes a wide array of abilities that aren't just limited to being a gatekeeper or assistant.

Through a combination of an unmatched work ethic and my extensive skillset, I've helped both SMEs and award-winning companies improve on every level. An integral part of this approach includes offering flexible, creative, out-of-the-box thinking that goes above and beyond what you would expect from a regular VA.

In short, the modern workplace is no longer a rigid, all-or-nothing affair. Having a healthy mix between stable personnel who are committed to a career within your company and dependable outside contractors is now the only path to success in a marketplace where remote work is no longer the exception, but the norm.

I’ll be happy to help you out if you decide to take the plunge!

For a Free initial consultation, you can contact me on 07712 585 299, use the contact form on my website, or email me at

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