Because a floor plan designer in the Philippines is so much less expensive than a local one, you’re probably wondering if the designer can successfully complete their duties from a remote location. A floor plan designer does most of their work in front of a computer, so the answer is yes. However, for many companies, having a virtual employee is a change. As with all changes, you’ll need to do some preparation to ensure the transition goes smoothly.
Specifically, you need to invest in task management software that electronically prioritizes the workload. You’ll also have to change your expectations of how you’ll interact with your employee. And, you need to sell your team on the idea that having a virtual floor plan designer benefits the company.
ShoreAgents understand the changes you need to make and can help you prepare for a virtual floor plan designer. We have considerable experience advising and coaching companies in managing virtual team members.