Professionals in leadership and management roles in any type of business spend the majority of their time at work doing routine tasks that could be delegated to someone else. In a 2018 West Monroe study of 500 managers in the USA, 36% reported spending 3-4 hours a day working on administrative tasks, while 23% reported more than 5 hours on administrative tasks per day.
These administrative tasks, including completing forms, responding to email, management of office tasks, and tracking down information and data, are tasks that can be delegated to an executive assistant.
Managing Emails and Information Flow
Managing the flow of information between direct reports, employees, and colleagues is just one of the administrative tasks our executive assistants can manage. They are able to log into designated email accounts, create responses, flag critical documents, and ensure the necessary information is provided to the right people to keep the business moving forward.
Managing an office, providing information to employees, and coordinating remote workers is a significant task for any manager or leader. Allowing our remote executive assistant to assume this responsibility frees up your time to focus on managing in-house staff and completing critical tasks that cannot be delegated.
All of our remote executive assistants have at least five years of experience working as an in-person executive assistant. This knowledge provides the foundation to be able to coordinate projects throughout the company based on a clear understanding of what is needed and how to organize the process.
Of course, at top remote executive assistant also manages the schedule, acts as a sounding board, and provides personal assistant services based on the individual needs of our clients.
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