Remote virtual assistants work on a variety of specific tasks for customers. They can be treated as online personal assistants. Some examples of responsibilities can include scheduling meetings, managing client emails, or conducting research for their businesses. This is a great position for someone who likes to have unique tasks every day and work very closely with customers, while still getting to work from home.
You’ll supervise a set of Team Managers overseeing our At Home Advisors. You’ll ensure that they’re all doing what it takes to resolve customers’ issues with products and services in a customer-focused manner. You’ll supervise each Team Manager’s performance and development, with regular meetings and coaching sessions. And you’ll be expected to provide business-level consulting and deliver results based on business requirements.
Still, not everyone is cut out for such a gig. "Agents that have the correct skills for working from home include people that are self-motivated, can work without physical interaction with people, and have exceptional online and computer skills -- all of which directly impact their enjoyment and performance on the job as a home-based call-center agent," Kelsall says.
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