Although virtual business set ups are on the rise, most small businesses still have a “home base” that their employees show up to work at and where the bulk of their business activities take place. However, the face of traditional employment is changing. In the US, over 44 million people work as freelancers.

It is estimated that the freelance workforce contributed 1.2 trillion to the U.S. economy in 2020 – a 22% increase from 2019.  Therefore, being able to manage virtual business team members is increasingly important for small business owners. Learn a few simple ways to use virtual assistants and employees in your business.

As you can imagine, this is changing the way progressive businesses do business and address their hiring needs. So, you've wondered about adding virtual business team members to your team watch the video below to get some ideas on how you can use them to achieve your business goals.

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