Virtual Employee will be going to USA to work with client onsite

Top Quote announced today that one it's Virtual Employees will be travelling to the USA during in either 2011 or 2012 to work with one of their clients on site. Its a new dimension in VirtualEmployee.Com's unique outsourcing model. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 16, 2011 - hopes that this is a trend that will only become more common with its company. "We never really thought about Virtual Employee going on site to work with the client. Our service is to provide offshore Virtual Employees that work remotely from India for clients throughout the world. But then some clients started mentioning the idea and possibility of whether they could bring their Virtual Employees to the USA for on site training. I guess they must have been so happy with their Virtual Employee.

    One of our clients from Canada wanted to even sponsor their Virtual Employee for permanent citizenship in Canada. Although that case did not unfortunately materialize it was encouraging for us to know that clients were taking so much interest in the Virtual Employees that they were hiring that they wanted to bring them to their country forever! We aren't complaining, the Virtual Employees aren't complaining and the client's aren't complaining. It's win, win, win from all angles. As all of our clients are North American and European based we just hope its a trend that becomes more and more common. We know our Virtual Employee's would be excited and interested in going abroad to work overseas so definitely no complaints from our side nor any complaints from The Virtual Employee's," said one of the Directors of

    The lucky virtual employee will have all their expenses and rent paid for whilst in the USA and so it really is a 1st class trip and experience. "These are exciting times for us and more importantly our virtual employee's. These opportunities are rare now a day and so it is very promising for us that clients want to bring their Virtual Employees they hire from us on site to work for a few months. It is a great opportunity for the virtual employee's when they get unique working experiences like this. I don't think any of the Virtual Employee's would complain about having to work on site in the USA for a few months; it would just be pure excitement for them really.

    Not only will the virtual employee benefit from the onsite training, work environment exposure and client interaction the trip will have wider beneficial implications too. Hopefully the trip will help the client and virtual employee build up a strong rapport. When the virtual employee comes back to India, the experience will hopefully only add to when the Virtual Employee is back and working with our client remotely from India. Getting experience of US culture and US norms will only help the Virtual Employee work even better with the client when he comes back to India," said the center head of

    Let's just hope the Virtual Employee doesn't miss his home cooked dhal's and rotti's too much because it's going to be a long stay in the USA. The only complaint we can envisage the Virtual Employee might have during his stay in the USA is that he might miss his home cooked dhal's and rotti's. Apart from that its exciting times for one young lucky Virtual Employee from an ever exciting

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