A virtual employee is a full-time employee who works from a different location than your local office or company headquarters. Hiring a virtual employee is an increasingly common business practice as improving technology connects us in more efficient ways.
The sale – with its high-stakes, psychological drama – is a business scenario we often see play out on the big screen. But for entrepreneurs, the scene is very real, and the success of their business often depends on its outcome.
The traditional business operates out of one location, where all decisions are made and all actions are directed. But of course, not all businesses are traditional, and many require a different operational model. These non-traditional businesses are finding non-traditional solutions to their challenges, including virtual office services that allow them to operate and succeed no matter the circumstances. Let’s take a closer look at how businesses are using virtual offices not only for practical purposes but also as a strategic advantage.