How do I get paid what I’m worth?
It’s simple – I get paid what I’m worth by providing quality work (output) – providing awesome service and after-service to my clients. I also provide all of the above at a fraction of the client’s usual cost that comes with employing full-time or part-time staff.
I’ve received this question more than once via Direct Messaging on my Instagram account. I apologize that it’s taken me this long to come back to the people who have asked (and I hope you guys actually see this point or find it useful).
What do I mean by “fraction of the usual cost”?
This means that my clients do not deal with or cover the following costs:
- Office space rental
- Tools and equipment such as computers, printers, telephones, etc
- Internet, telephone and other costly connections
- Furniture, such as desks, chairs, filing cabinets etc
- Paid leave benefits, i.e. sick leave, family responsibilities leave, annual leave, etc.
- Bonuses and other incentive schemes
- Medical aid, pension fund etc
- Overtime pay and other overhead costs
I get paid what I’m worth, period
Here’s what we as Virtual Work Manager bring to the table:
- 15-20 years worth of actual work experience across different industries
- 12 years worth of specialized finance skill, development and training in Credit and Risk Management
- 15-20 years worth of finance support on-the-job training and skill
- A variety of services including, but not limited to, finance support, web design, customer services etc – all based on multi-faceted skill sets, training and self-development
- Most of our services can be grouped together in the service and for the convenience as well as cutting overall costs for our clients
- Each project or client is individually reviewed and the overall cost to our clients are given the utmost consideration to keep to our promise of saving you money wherever we can!
- A complete service on a secure platform because we value the everyone’s right to privacy and security
- At the end of each day or project, our clients would have paid for what the service is worth and nothing more – that’s the ultimate guarantee
There are more, I’m quite sure, but in the spirit of not boring anyone with life-long articles I will end this list here
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