Remote CoWorker is a virtual assistant company specializing in providing virtual assistants at competitive rates to entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes all over the world.
The company’s headquarters is located in Florida, U.S. All of their virtual staff work out of their offices in the Philippines, enabling them to offer very competitive hourly rates.
About Remote CoWorker
The company started operations in 2013 and is headed up by CEO Gidon Levy, and COO Sean Rivkin.
When I asked about the areas they specialize in, Sean told me:
“We have a vast experience working with the following industries: Real Estate Agents & Brokers, IT & Technology, Insurance, Healthcare, Public adjusters and businesses that are mainly those who are working on a commission sales structure and looking to build a team.”
He also went on to say that when someone signs up with them, they provide a period of free training to ensure a smooth onboarding process for clients.
How Remote CoWorker Works
Once they’ve learned more about your business and your virtual assistant requirements, they’ll be able to provide you with a quote for an hourly rate.
After you’re signed up, you’ll be assigned an account manager as a point of communication, as well as a dedicated virtual assistant. Their VAs are managed with a ratio of 1 manager for every 10 agents, and you’ll work closely with each to get your new team members up to speed.
Remote CoWorker Services
Remote CoWorker split their services into two categories:
- Virtual assistance
This is interesting because a lot of virtual assistant companies list bookkeeping as part of their general services, but few list it as a separate service to a general VA.
Bookkeeping requires some specific skills and qualifications, at least to perform the role at a high level. It’s reassuring to see they have some assistants that work as dedicated bookkeepers — if that’s what you’re looking for.
Under their virtual assistance category, you’ll find the usual wide range of business tasks that can be completed remotely. Some of the tasks they highlight on their site include:
- customer service
- cold calling
- graphic design
- audio and video editing
- social media management
- digital marketing
Remote CoWorker Plans and Pricing
Remote CoWorker pricing starts at $6.99 an hour and go up depending on the skill sets and experience you require from your assistant.
This is a very competitive starting rate, and comes with a full-time dedicated virtual assistant.
Part-time support is also an option for an extra $1 an hour.
There are no long-term contracts to sign; everything is month-to-month.
Remote CoWorker Alternatives
At a similar price point and offering bilingual VAs (Spanish/English), take a look at Virtual Latinos.
There is no shortage of virtual assistant providers based in the Philippines to consider as alternatives to Remote CoWorker.
One company that operates a similar model is OkayRelax, which provides a dedicated assistant at $4 per task when you buy 25 tasks a month.
That said, Remote CoWorker’s starting rate is one of the most competitive.
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Other options worth considering are My OutDesk, which operates on a similar agency model and specializes in the real estate industry, and OnlineJobs.ph if you don’t mind putting in a little more work upfront on your talent search.
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