5 things that Businesses Overlook in a Management System

Good Business Supply And Support Management

Supply and support are often trivialized when employers become busy in daily operations. However, having a management system for the same is important. It can also help you to get accreditation and, ultimately win more clients. Here are some things A Good Business Supply And Support Management System Can Do For You 1. Selecting The […]

Latest trends in technology for remote workers

Latest Trends in Technology for Remote Workers

Virtual professionals and assistants are changing the landscape of traditional office work management. Working from home or as a freelancer is a trend which is experiencing phenomenal growth. It’s convenient for both the employers and the professionals. Here are some of the latest technology tools which are increasing performance, efficiency and productivity of the virtual […]

Use Clear Client Agreements to Ensure Timely Payments

Use Clear Client Agreements to Ensure Timely Payments

Virtual work does not allow you to interact face-to-face with your clients on a daily basis. The risk factor can be high. Putting payment agreements in place right from the beginning is vital to minimise the damage in case your new client turns out to be a bad pay master. How to minimise your risk […]

Speech for AAVIP to the Brisbane City Council August 2017

Speech for AAVIP to the Brisbane City Council 28th August 2017

[Audio recording below] Good afternoon Madam Chairman, Lord Mayor and Councillors. My name is Liz Parker. I’m own and operate 121 Temps, however today and I am here on behalf of Australian Association of Virtual Industry Professionals which is the first not for profit association for Virtual Assistants in Australia. Thank you for inviting me […]

Remote Workers Are More Engaged

Remote Workers Are More Engaged

Contrary to popular assumption working remotely can lead to increased productivity, more effective communication and better teamwork! Read more: http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/08/are_you_taking_your_people_for.html