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Five Reasons Every Business Needs a Cyberbacker

The Great Resignation has been a thing since April and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. The unemployment rate is headed to zero, jobless claims just hit a 52-year low yet nearly five million jobs are going unfilled each month in the United States alone. The combination of high employee turnover and record small business creation means that managers have less time than ever while workers are in more demand than ever.

That’s a problem. Because when jobs go unfilled, work goes undone.

Craig Goodliffe has a solution: an army of over two-thousand virtual employees known as Cyberbackers. Says Goodliffe, a former real-estate tycoon who founded after hiring an assistant off of Craigslist. “Virtual workers have a lot better retention than physical based employees. When you’re hiring global talent and you’re offering good benefits, people don’t walk away from that.”

Cyberbacker pairs businesses–and entrepreneurs–with virtual assistants who help elevate their businesses and achieve goals. They speak perfect English. They have specific skill sets. And thanks to a generous profit-sharing program, Cyberbackers are more motivated and more professionals than many U.S.-based workers.

Here’s five reasons why Goodliffe says that every business needs (at least) one:

1. Cyberbackers can save every businessperson valuable time everyday

Since the Industrial Revolution, economies have been able to produce a lot more of everything–except time. Indeed, many Americans are now working multiple jobs and exploring side hustles either to make ends meet or put extra money away for retirement or a rainy day.

Every business has different needs, but we could all use some more time for ourselves, for our families and maybe even for another endeavor.

2. Cyberbacker makes work days more productive and efficient

Goodliffe originally conceived of Cyberbackers as remote workers who could help with administrative tasks. Now he’s franchising his idea and targeting the construction, mortgage, and cleaning industries. His message remains the same.  “We’re here to help,” Goodliffe says confidently.

3. Each Cyberbacker is trained and hand-selected to fit a business perfectly

Goodliffe’s very first assistant, Daphne, ended up joining his company and still works for him today. After putting in 100-hour weeks in real estate, he’s learned the importance of hiring the right people, even for seemingly small jobs. “We do a deep-dive to find the perfect fit,” he says. “Cyberbacker provides world-class service to anyone in the world from anywhere in the world.”

4. If you’re going to change the world, you’ll need a lot of help!

Like many entrepreneurs, Goodliffe is on a mission to change the world for the better. In his case, that means lifting third-world workers out of poverty through training and profit-sharing. But no one can do it all by themselves, and every business needs partners who can scale as quickly as their own ambitions. Goodliffe says that his company’s stratospheric growth proves it can handle the fastest-growing enterprises and the most ambitious entrepreneurs. “With thousands of Cyberbackers in just a few years,” he says, “we can scale our business so you can scale yours.”

5. Cyberbackers can handle specific niches for every business

“One of the biggest reasons business owners need Cyberbackers right now is for managing leaders’ digital presence,” Goodliffe observes. “That’s everything from social media, e-mail, calendar scheduling, Zoom meetings, as well as micro-managing tasks that are essential but mundane. Cyberbackers can do it all. They’re your promise-keepers. When you tell someone you’re going to do something, no matter what it is, Cyberbackers are the ones who will make sure that it gets done.”Cyberbacker is the leading provider of world-class administrative support services from anyone in the world to anywhere in the world. The team serves businesses of all sizes – you can follow them on LinkedIn here.

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