7 Awesome Virtual Assistant Companies in the Philippines

7 Awesome Virtual Assistant Companies in the Philippines

Virtual assistants (VA) could help you and your business flourish efficiently and affordably, simply by outsourcing. Hubstaff has compiled a list of virtual assistant companies in the Philippines that could help you organize your schedule, professionally handle administrative tasks, take care of errands, minimize meaningless repetitive jobs, enable you to focus on your most important jobs and increase your overall job satisfaction.

Read our Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Virtual Assistant to find more ways a VA can help you and your company succeed.

When finding virtual assistants, it’s important to choose professional companies whose candidates have experience and training. The Philippines regularly scores highly on the Global Business Index, making them a great option for writing, content and communication task outsourcing.

No matter where you find your next hire, remember to invest in solid tools for Virtual Employee Tracking to ensure time is being spent properly and productively.

1. Virtual Staff Finder

 

Virtual Staff Finder provides a means to find your best fit virtual assistant. This company is based in the Philippines and has more than 10 years of outsourcing experience. They recommend hiring a virtual assistant to gain more time, productivity and freedom to grow your business instead of doing busy work to maintain it. Their founder, Chris Ducker, has also written an interesting guide to paying your virtual assistant in the Philippines.

You can find a VA with Virtual Staff Finder in five easy steps; sign-up, sourcing, testing, interview and hiring. This company will help you define your job description, select and test qualified candidates and sends you the top three candidates for your job for an interview. Basically, they narrow the field to the top three most qualified candidates for your position, from whom you can select from.

2. Task Bullet

 

Task Bullet has offices based in California, USA and Manila, the Philippines. This virtual assistant company utilizes Philippine professionals to help your business with tasks such as administrative support, accounting, data entry, writing and social media marketing. It offers support services right in America and can help your business tap into the outsourced potential in the Philippines.

This virtual assistant company will get your tasks done in just a few easy steps. Just sign up, pay for your initial hours and Task Bullet will assign you your very own personal assistant. Send your virtual assistant jobs with detailed instructions, and watch your to-do list shrink. Your VA will send reports, check-ins and transcripts based on your preferences.

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3. Remote Workmate

 

Remote Workmate is a virtual assistant company based in Australia that promotes the benefits of hiring Philippine-based remote talent for Western countries. They offer a free trial period and recruitment support services, such as reviewing resumes and crafting job descriptions. Remote Workmate also offers a free employee swap program, so in the unlikely event your virtual assistant is a bad fit for your team, you can switch to a different employee.

Although this company doesn’t have a Philippine branch, their candidates are Philippine-based and can handle online marketing, sales, customer support, content writing, graphic design and more. According to their website, the three things that make them a “go-to Philippine-based virtual staff finder” are; 1) a fast and free recruitment process; 2) a single monthly invoice that covers everything from payroll management to employee services; and 3) a no work, no pay policy. Virtual assistant services are paid per hour.

4. Virtual Done Well

 

Virtual Done Well is based in Davao City, Philippines and offers virtual assistants who can manage your emails, book your appointments and take your phone calls. In addition to personal assistant services, they also offer Internet marketing and web development packages. Virtual Done Well also offers to train clients on how to best utilize their candidates.

In order to hire a virtual assistant with Virtual Done Well, just to fill out a survey form and someone from their management team will get in touch. Their pricing packages are in Australian dollars and a full-time virtual assistant costs approximately $800 AUD a month. Currently, they don’t offer part-time VA positions.

5. Pepper Virtual Assistants

 

Pepper Virtual Assistants is a virtual staffing company based in Manila, Philippines. They charge hourly for services such as administrative assistance, Web design and development, customer support and Internet marketing. Pepper offers both full-time and part-time dedicated virtual assistants, and even if your personal assistant is full-time you only have to pay for the time he or she spends working for you.

Pepper offers an initial five hours of free services so you can see if they are a good fit for your business. Begin filling your hiring needs with Pepper by signing up, choosing which plan suits your needs and beginning your free trial.

6. Virtual Coworker

 

Virtual Coworker has offices in Australia and the USA, with dedicated recruiters in the Philippines. They have full-time and part-time staff that are available to work in multiple time zones for affordable hourly prices. Virtual Coworker boasts university-educated personal assistants who can manage lead and prospect generation, bookkeeping, research and data entry, CRM, social media, customer support, content writing and meeting schedules.

This virtual assistant company offers full-service payroll management, hassle-free billing and invoicing, full-time customer service support and recruitment services. Their recruitment team will source, screen and interview potential candidates in the Philippines based on your needs and shortlist the most qualified virtual assistants.

7. 365 Virtual Assistant

 

365 Virtual Assistant uses a rigorous selection process to find the ideal virtual assistant for your company’s needs. Their recruiters are competent, convenient and cost-efficient to enable your business to go further, faster. In addition to administrative tasks like managing emails and daily communication, your VA can handle social media accounts, data entry, copywriting, link building and more. They are also available to work in any time zone.

To begin working with a virtual assistant, just sign up for one of 365 Virtual Assistant’s packages depending on your need. They offer base plans for 80 or 160 hours a month, and can also customize plans based on time and services needed. In addition to outsourced recruitment and training, hiring remote workers also eliminates the need for equipment and other overhead fees that come with having a physical office.

Bonus option (free): Hubstaff Talent

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Hubstaff Talent connects virtual assistants and clients with efficiency and finesse. It’s a free directory for companies looking for remote talent across the globe. There are no markups and no fees on either side (freelancer or business owner). That means virtual assistants get exactly what their client pays them. Search through 3000+ candidates and companies or get bids on your job.

This free platform displays a candidate’s hourly rate, skills, experience, availability, resume, and languages spoken. VAs also have the option to add a short “about” description to provide more information on themselves. Profiles can be filtered by skill, availability, years of experience, or country. You can also run a search for keywords or phrases.


Are you ready to hire a virtual assistant? Find out how Hubstaff can help you increase your efficiency with activity levels, screenshot monitoring, timesheets and analytical reports. You can even schedule automatic payments right in your Hubstaff account.

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