Off-Site Editing and Executive Assistance
Catering to busy professionals

Do you want to be more productive and less stressed?

Do you need help but can’t afford someone full-time?

Does the thought of recruiting, hiring and training an on-site assistant make you want to crawl back in bed?

It may be time to consider All T's Crossed Virtual Assistant Services.
  1. Administrative Support
    Administrative Support
    Social Media Management, Calendar Coordination and Appointment Setting, Sending and Receiving Correspondence, Planning and Scheduling Events, Preparing Presentation Materials, Travel Planning, Online Research.
  2. Editing and Proofreading
    Editing and Proofreading
    Review of documents prior to publication--online or paper, Editing and proofreading of contracts/texts/online publications or trainings/communications, resume and job search assistance.
Benefits of a Virtual Assistant?

Virtual Assistants are independent contractors. You are not responsible for vacation pay, sick days, workers’ compensation or employee benefits (such as health/dental insurance) and there are no OSHA regulations to follow.

•  Virtual Assistants work around YOUR schedule to provide service whenever YOU need it. No need to hire part-time employees and hope you have enough work to keep them busy. With a Virtual Assistant, you only pay for the time spent on YOUR project.

•  Virtual Assistants take on those everyday essential tasks that take up so much time: making reservations, confirming appointments, replying to emails, researching data, etc. 

•  There’s no need for physical office space because Virtual Assistants work remotely.

•  There are no agency fees, as with temporary employees.

•  You don’t need to spend time or money on employee training.

•  You won’t pay overtime and yet you’ll still keep your projects on schedule.

If you are feeling overwhelmed with your workload and need help digging out from the administrative pile, All T's Crossed Virtual Assistant Services may be just the answer you need.