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QuickMonday is a virtual assistant company specializing in providing dedicated virtual assistants to small and medium-sized companies across the globe.

The company is based in Kandy, Sri Lanka. All of their virtual assistants are also based in Sri Lanka, and work remotely from their homes.

About QuickMonday

The company started operations in 2013 and is headed up by founder and CEO Roshana Mallawaarachchi.

QuickMonday is based in Sri Lanka, as are their virtual assistants. They don’t train and manage their assistants in-house; their assistants are home-based across the country.

This contributes to QuickMonday having some of the most competitive hourly rates in the industry. Their plans start at just $5/hr for less experienced VAs, going up to $8/hr for their most experienced VAs.

They say they’re flexible with time zones, too. So, whether you’re in the U.S. or somewhere else in the world, they’ll find a VA willing to work to your business hours.

How QuickMonday Works

If you want to work with QuickMonday, all you have to do is select one of their monthly plans, and a member of their team will contact you.

They’ll then take you through the following steps:

1. Discuss your requirements

One of their success managers will reach out to you to discuss your requirements. They will then look within their team for the best-suited assistant.

2. Meet your assistant

Next, you’ll be introduced to the team member they’ve selected for you. This is your opportunity to ask them questions and determine if you think they’ll be a good fit.

3. Get started

Once you’re happy with your assistant, you can get started sending them tasks. QuickMonday has its own dashboard to facilitate communication and monitor how many hours you have and so on.

Services

QuickMonday’s assistants are willing to take on just about any job that can be completed remotely, and they certainly want to hear from you if you’re looking to outsource.

To give you a general idea of their most commonly requested services, QuickMonday group some of their assistant’s skill sets into the following categories:

Something to keep in mind is typically when VA companies offer such a broad range of services, you’ll need to allow for some time to train your assistant.

This is something you should discuss with your account manager when signing up for a plan. You may find opting for a more experienced assistant works out less expensive in the long-term if they’re experienced handling the tasks you’re outsourcing. 

Plans and Pricing

QuickMonday offers very competitive rates starting at just $5 per hour.

They price their assistant based on the number of years’ experience they have. A complete list of plans at the time of publishing was as follows:

  • Entry (1-2 years’ experience) – $5/hr
  • Intermediate (2-4 years’ experience) – $6/hr
  • Professional (4-8 years’ experience) – $7/hr
  • Expert (8+ years’ experience) – $8/hr

There is a minimum requirement of 10 hours per month for Entry and Intermediate VAs, 20 hours for a Professional, and 40 hours per month for an Expert.

QuickMonday also states that you’re eligible for a discount of 10% when you hire an assistant for more than 20 hours per week.

There are no “hidden” or extra fees, all you pay is a flat hourly rate for your chosen level of experience. Each plan and assistant come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee for added reassurance.

QuickMonday Alternatives

If your budget is a priority, QuickMonday is among the most competitive hourly rates in the market.

There are some VA companies in the Philippines and India offering similar rates that are worth contacting for a quote, however.

For example, VA Talks’ assistants are in the $7-$15 range, and it’s possible to find workers in the $3-$8 range on OnlineJobs.ph. The small caveats being that Oninejobs.ph operates on a job board model, and you have to buy a large hourly package to hit a low rate with VA Talks.

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