The time has come in your business to hire an assistant. Who do you choose? A freelancer or look into a fractional assistant company?


Outsourcing can be scary, especially when the person isn’t sitting across the room. We know there are some extremely knowledgeable, talented, and conscientious individuals freelancing as assistants. 

But here’s what really sets a fractional assistant company like ChatterBoss apart:

1). Collective expertise. When you hire with ChatterBoss, you don’t just get one administrative expert, you get an entire team. You have access to additional help for specialized tasks, important events, or to help scale your business even faster. All in one place.

2). Backup assistants. No matter how great a freelancer is, they can’t be in two places at once. ChatterBoss’s model is designed to provide you with extra help when your assistant is out of the office, so you never miss a beat.

3). No more ghosting. When your assistant exists as part of a close-knit team, they can’t just disappear. We protect your investment with a commitment to transparency, problem-solving, and care, and we will never leave you high and dry.

4). Determine what you need. During your initial consultation, we help you determine what type of service you’ll need based on your goals, personality type, and work style.

The truth is each has its own pros and cons. It all depends on what you’re looking for.

Keep in mind, when you’re hiring an assistant, especially if you choose a company, make sure you’re using a service that treats its assistants ethically and with care. ChatterBoss is committed to providing all of our assistants with a living wage and amazing work culture.

If you’re ready to work with us, book a complimentary call and we’ll be happy to discuss your needs and where we can step in to help.

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