Tips for Managing Virtual Staff

  1. Define the task properly. Most of the horror stories I hear about working with virtual or remote staff fall into the category of poor initial task definition. If you cannot define the task you want done, it will never get done. If it does, it’s unlikely to meet your standards. Proper task definition requires you to consider why you need the task completed, the tools required to complete the task (including any training necessary), the time required for the person completing the task to complete it, and the deadline by which you need the task completed.
Use this chart to help you decide what to delegate to your paralegal

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Assisting attorneys and executives create order from chaos for more than 23 years.

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