Why You Need a Business Operations Manager
by Pam Weiser
If there is one thing we learned during COVID, it’s that most administrative work can be performed in a remote environment, whether it’s personal or professional. Thanks to various video conference platforms, we can still meet virtually and get work done. Remote work has no borders and the talent pool has become larger. By 2025, 36.2 million Americans will be remote, an increase of 16.8 million people from pre-pandemic rates. You are now able to find an experienced assistant who might live in a different city, state, or time zone, and who can continue to contribute and be productive, all while achieving the same results - helping you meet your goals!
So, why hire a Business Operations Manager (BOM)?
A Business Operations Manager will save you time and money. In fact, there are estimates that hiring a remote assistant over a full time employee will save you 78% on operating costs! That’s huge!
A Business Operations Manager will improve your customer service and provide valuable experience.
Remote work is also good for the environment - lessening the infrastructure impacts, as well as lessening greenhouse gas emissions, with less cars on the road. Remote workers also tend to be happier, with less stress due to the commute and a better work-life balance.
As you can see, there are many benefits to hiring a Business Operations Manager, whether it’s for your personal home office or your professional space. Let’s talk about how I can help you become more productive and free up some time to do the things you love!
“Executive ability is deciding quickly and getting somebody else to do the work.” - Earl Nightingale
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