The virtual business model is now well-proven and works well for all sorts of small businesses, but how can companies implement the system effectively?
The virtual worker business model is now well-proven and works well for all sorts of small businesses, whether with just some people working remotely or the whole team.
It is not surprising that it’s attractive for many small businesses as it has lots of benefits. Gone are expensive office costs and all the commuting, for one. It also allows all sorts of people to be brought in, such as those with childcare responsibilities who would not be able to commute, and also specialists who only want to work on a part-time or freelance basis.
Authors: Ben Lobel