Virtual assistants help their employers with daily administrative tasks and schedules. Instead of going into the office every day, virtual assistants complete their responsibilities remotely at home or in another location of their choice with internet access. You are in charge of handling the small details to keep the company moving so that your employer can focus on large company goals. Virtual assistants communicate with their employer on multiple channels, such as email, video messaging, instant messaging, and phone calls. As a virtual assistant, you organize your employer’s files, answer emails, and arrange meetings. A virtual assistant must be able to manage expense reports, orders, and confidential financial information. You may also help create presentation materials or book flight and hotel reservations.