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Virtual Executive Assistant

Virtual Executive Assistant

Submitted by • January 21, 2019 ossisto.com

An executive assistant is more likely to be primarily involved in the business side of their principal’s life. In fact, it is not uncommon for a trusted EA to sit in on meetings in place of their boss and report back to them afterward. An virtual executive assistant can have the power to advise on business matters, make important decisions, and speak on behalf on their principal. EAs are expert problem solvers and possess a very pro-active mindset. EAs are often the direct report for additional staff members and can be in charge of setting their schedules, making adjustments as they come up and solving any HR issues that might arise. In addition to all of this, they can be called upon for all of the tasks of a personal assistant as well. One of the major differences between EAs and PAs is that you will see an EA working all hours of the day, while a PAs schedule is often more predictable.

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