How does working with a VA save you money?
Updated: Sep 25, 2019
So how much could you really be saving by working with a VA?
Have you ever thought about the true cost of your permanent employees?
Every company and business work differently, however, first you have to find and recruit your perfect employee – that person that has the skills you’re after, can do everything you want the way you want it done and is a good fit with your existing team. Employees like this are rare and hard to find – and often harder to maintain. Think about the time and energy that goes into the recruitment process, or the cost of engaging a recruitment agency.
Once you’ve finally sourced and recruited that perfect employee do you even have 40 hours’ worth of work to give to them – every week?
In New Zealand, basic salary and employment taxes are only the minimum. You’ll also need to factor in additional costs like employer’s liability; ACC levies; Kiwisaver; and so on.
Don’t forget the other expenses involved such as: Time and money spent recruiting and training your employee – and later, the costs in retaining them (through pay rises and so on)
Professional development costs
The cost of office space, desks, computers, phones and software
Lunch and regular breaks
Sick leave, holiday pay and statutory holidays
as well as any non-productive hours on the clock
By working with The Virtual Assistants, our hourly rate or package prices mean you only pay for what you need. 100% productivity. 100% value for money.