About My Virtual Workforce

My virtual workforce is the platform where virtual employees are hired for suitable jobs. The website offers solution for job seekers online and create an innovative solution for them. The employees are hired through a transparent process and experts are used by us for screening.

Fast and Convenient

In this dynamic and digital world, it is important to keep pace with the fast-moving technologies. The digital world is demanding modern solutions to their clients; therefore, every workplace demands less costly and efficient methods of operations.

Reasonable Cost

To reduce costs, nowadays employers are outsourcing the employee hiring and recruiting. The demand for virtual workforce is increasing due to, it helps the employers to reduce the cost and save the space and time simultaneously.

Paperless Approach

The paperless and non-materialistic approach helps companies to save their budgets. We help our customers to get their work done in proper segments, and without any paper work, and time taking process.

Services We Provide

Our team is of diverse workforce, which helps better to understand the candidate and therefore helps us screening the right employee. The diverse workforce also helps us to produce innovative and creative methods for our processes. The good network and website trafficking are sorted out by our IT department. IT department helps us with our web management and web designing and other basic tools for efficient process.
The employee hiring procedure is clear and transparent. The employees hired and provided with best suitable packages, no one gets disappointment and their feedback is always positive.
Aaron Fox
Time Magazine
The positive attitude is very helpful for us to maintain the positive attitude and efficient work collaboration in the workplace. The online platform provides ease and convenience for employees to work from anywhere and anytime. The younger workforce and upcoming generation of employees are very energetic and looking for these types of jobs, which supports creativity and innovation. The digital workspace is best place to work within.
James Anderson
Blogger

Articles

How I built a seven-digit company without employees: the basics

So many things are said about those few people who have the ability to create large companies with hundreds or thousands of employees who can’t wait to be at work.

However, there is a tremendous loss in flexibility, almost automatic, once you pass a certain threshold, a certain size.

Personally, not only do I not find myself among those few people mentioned above, but I don’t even want to join it.

The good news is that my lack of interest in these occupations has not been an obstacle in allowing me to build a seven-digit company, in a fairly short time and with only one co-founder and no employee.

My business can also be managed from anywhere in the world, just a simple internet connection .

And, to be precise, I am writing this article from a coffee shop in Syddey, Australia: although I will most likely continue to travel around Europe and the world, sales will continue to grow and business will lose nothing.

I’m not bragging, it’s clear, I’m just saying what the facts are, facts that you can put into practice, that’s how:

  1. Start with simple things
    Too often, smart people have great ideas that immediately overwhelm them, with the consequence that when they enter the market, there will be no way to test or understand which parts of the product work and which don’t.

Many things are said about the concept of Hanry Ford which initially intended to offer only one type and one color of a certain product in order to understand and calibrate the customer’s response, to then improve the product and sell it.

In this first phase of “starting with simple things” you will have to remove all the complications that arise when you sell your product or when you leave it in the hands of an intermediary.

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What I want to say is that you should avoid, at least initially, to over-complicate your sales with large distributions or retail sales, so that you can focus on designing a specific product cut for your customer.

This will ensure you control the brand and voice and will allow you to have direct communication with your customers, who will leave you important feedback and keep the entire margin on your sales.

So you can invest again and grow faster without taking responsibility for asking for funds or loans elsewhere.

Automation starts with your sales channels or your e-commerce thanks to solutions, such as Shopify , which create a sort of system out of the box and that will connect you to practically everything.

Automation will have to continue through your marketing and will support features with products like Facebook Ads, which not only work very well, but require minimal controls.

Finally, Desk or Zendesk will automate your inbound support requests: they are fantastic because you can write macros or keep the answers to almost all the questions.

In this way, as a request will arrive, you will just need to click on a button to answer and solve the problem, on the contrary you can also set the macros to “auto-reply” after managing the language or the keywords for some questions.

AS EMPLOYERS DO IN AUSTRALIA

In fact, the methods of finding work began to change in the mid-1990s with the large-scale appearance of the Internet. In recent years, the wildfire spread of search engines and the enormous growth of social media has changed the way people are recruited, giving them characteristics that are obvious to anyone looking for work. Not understanding these technological changes means having more difficulties in finding a job, which in some cases can become really daunting.

WHAT HAS ACTUALLY CHANGED IN THE WAY OF LOOKING FOR WORK

Recently, practically all employers have converted to technology to better manage the number of steadily growing recruitment applications and the countless resumes they receive. On average it has been calculated that for each job posting, about two hundred and fifty replies arrive. This immense amount of curriculum, combined with the greater diffusion of the use of social media and search engines, has created real technological traps that job seekers must understand in order to avoid them.

HOW EMPLOYERS USE NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Social media offer a “social proof”
Employers compare the CVs and job applications sent by candidates with what social media shows. Do the dates, employers, jobs, job titles, training and so on match what has been written on the curriculum and the application form? Do other social media activities, such as LinkedIn groups, support the experience and achievements stated on the curriculum? Candidates who lack an online validation of the “facts” contained in their curriculum start with a handicap. This is why the profiles of LinkedIn and Google Plus can be the best friends of a job seeker.

Search engines provide a quick and inexpensive verification of the facts

A 2010 study, conducted by Microsoft, revealed that eighty percent of employers use search engines to find out information about people applying for employment with their company. Apart from the “social proof” we talked about earlier, this research is a quick and quick way to check the candidates’ background. A social media search can help job seekers make a good impression on the employer by providing positive information on the activities and goals achieved. Or it can damage it by discovering potential problems and bad behavior.

The IT tracking systems manage the curricula
The curricula sent to employers, especially if it is a large organization, are often kept in a special database which is also a tracking system for applicants. The name of these systems in English is applicant tracking system(ATS stands for it).

Their use has made the keywords contained in your resume infinitely more relevant than in the past. In fact, a curriculum that does not contain the “correct” keywords (what the recruiter is using to search for qualified candidates through the ATS system) will not even appear on the list of curricula to be considered for the job. As a result, if your resume does not contain appropriate keywords, it will not be visible and no matter how qualified you are for that job.

HOW, JOB SEEKERS, CAN GET OUT OF THESE TECHNOLOGICAL TRAPS

Job seekers can expand their chances of actually finding it, by improving their use of technology. In fact, employers expect job-hunting people to use current technologies intelligently , as a demonstration of technical knowledge and technological skills necessary for a modern workplace. Not mastering these technologies makes a job seeker look backward or lazy or, worse, both at the same time. Here’s how to take advantage of the technology to your advantage.

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So, contact us today and get your assistance in job searching. We are available for our customers through our website and email.