Do you ever feel like there isn’t enough time in the day to finish all your tasks? By outsourcing, virtual assistant companies can help you and your business flourish efficiently and affordably.

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

That’s why we compiled a list of virtual assistant companies in the Philippines that could help you organize your schedule, handle administrative tasks, and much more.

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1. USource

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USource is a digital outsourcing company. Established in 2015, with its roots extending back to 2005 in client-side digital services.

As both an Australian and Philippines incorporated company, their focus is on virtual assistance and offshore solutions for end-to-end digital; digital Ads, SEO, analytics, copywriting, graphic design, development, email marketing, customer support, back office administration, e-commerce, and social media.

All USource assistants are full-time employees of the company, not contractors or freelancers. This provides both job security and compliance with Philippine labor and tax laws. They also make their specialized virtual assistants available to companies globally for full-time or part-time work and ad-hoc projects. They can work independently or as part of small, medium, or large-scale teams.


Pricing will depend on the type of digital work and the project’s complexity.

  • Junior Team Member: rates from $9 – $13 per hour
  • Mid-Level Team Member: $14 – $20 per hour 
  • Senior Team Member: $21 – $35 per hour
  • Advanced: Request pricing

Once you’re ready to hire, you can hire USource team members on a month-to-month basis.

2. TaskBullet

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TaskBullet has offices based in California and Manila. This virtual assistant company utilizes Filipino professionals to help your business with administrative support, accounting, data entry, writing, and social media marketing. They also offer 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 TaskBullet will assign you your very own personal assistant. 

Then, send your virtual assistant jobs with detailed instructions and watch your to-do list shrink. Your VA will then send reports, check-ins, and transcripts based on your preferences.


TaskBullet’s pricing model is different from that of most VA or freelance marketplaces. Instead of paying your VA their specific rate, you buy Buckets — a set number of hours you can use their services.

For example, the $220 Starter Bucket gets you 20 hours of VA services. You can continue working with virtual assistants as long as you have hours in your Bucket. Regardless of the type or complexity of the work, with no additional fees. You’ll get a dedicated project manager with the plan, and the hours will be valid for three months.

TaskBullet offers different pricing plans for Philippine- and USA-based virtual assistants. They also offer enterprise pricing with a minimum requirement of three full-time VAs.

Philippine-based VA US-based VA
Starter Bucket $220 for 20 hours $300.00 for 10 hours
Light Bucket $540 for 60 hours $780.00 for 30 hours
Expert Bucket $1560.00 for 240 hours $1500.00 for 60 hours

3. Remote CoWorker

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Headquartered in Florida and founded in 2013, Remote CoWorker is one of the premier virtual assistant outsourcing companies. They offer a wide range of skilled, knowledgeable, and educated experts to handle your business efficiently.

Getting set up with an agent takes less than 24 hours. Start by getting connected with an account manager. They can set you up for Zoom interviews with multiple candidates for you to select from. 

Their goal is to help clients maximize their efforts while reducing overhead costs and increasing productivity. In fact, Remote CoWorker has successfully helped clients in real estate, legal, medical, e-commerce, IT, and more.


Remote CoWorker offers three pricing plans:

  • Part-time Starter: $7.99 per hour
  • Full-time Starter: $6.99 per hour
  • Full-time Bilingual (English- and Spanish-speaking VAs): $9.99 per hour

All plans include a background check, dedicated VAs, weekly progress reports, onboarding support, and a personal account manager. Of course, 24/7 account management support is only available for the Full-time Starter and Full-time Bilingual plans.

4. Virtual Staff Finder

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Virtual Staff Finder is based in the Philippines and has over ten years of outsourcing experience. They recommend hiring a virtual assistant so you can focus on growing 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. VSF will help you define your job description, select and test qualified candidates, and send you the top three candidates for your job listings all for a one-time fee of $595.

From there, you can save considerable admin time and skip straight to the interview process.

5. OVA Virtual

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OVA Virtual is a reliable provider of skilled and full-time virtual assistants in the Philippines. From customer service representatives, administrative assistants, and HR officers to information technology experts, OVA Virtual can help you find the right VA for your company.

OVA Virtual takes pride in its impressive roster of Filipina virtual assistants. Most of their VAs are accomplished Filipina professionals who have shifted to working from home. In other words, quality of service is virtually (pun intended) guaranteed.


OVA Virtual offers a competitive pricing model. The Starter plan includes 20 hours and costs $145 per week (which amounts to $7.25 per hour). This also comes with 24/7 support and the option to replace the VA assigned to you if they don’t fit your needs.

  • Starter: 20 hours for $145 per week
  • Professional: 30 hours for $218 per week
  • Executive: 40 hours for $290 per week

It’s important to know that these are basic prices. You may have to pay more depending on the particular skills and experience required by the job.

6. Remote Workmate

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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 like 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 branch in the Philippines, its candidates are based there 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: 

  • A fast and free recruitment process
  • A single monthly invoice that covers everything from payroll management to employee services
  • A no work, no pay policy. 


Virtual assistant rates vary depending on the type of position you’re looking to fill. Remote Workmate does a great job of breaking down these rates by job role for both part-time and full-time VAs. However, you’ll have to request a consultation to see specific pricing information for their services.

Remote Workmate is a great option if you’re looking for someone to work with full-time. It’s not the best place to look if you only need a VA for a short project or a minuscule list of to-dos, though.

7. Virtual Done Well

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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.

To hire a virtual assistant, just fill out a survey form, and Virtual Done Well will source candidates that meet your requirements. You can then interview the candidates through video calls, make a hiring decision, and begin onboarding the VA you chose. You can also choose to work with a Virtual Done Well supervisor to make this transition seamless.


Contact their sales team for pricing information.

8. Pepper Virtual Assistants

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Pepper Virtual Assistants is a virtual staffing company based in Manila, Philippines. They charge hourly for services like administrative assistance, web design and development, call center, and internet marketing. 

Pepper offers both full-time and part-time dedicated virtual assistants. Even if your personal assistant is full-time, you only have to pay for the time he or she spends working for you.

If you’re new to Pepper, they offer 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 starting your free trial.


Pepper VA has well-defined pricing plans for several functions. You can choose from 40, 80, or 160-hour plans.

Base price Monthly plans
Executive Admin $600 per month (40 hours) $600
(40 hrs/month)
(80 hrs/month)
(160 hrs/month)
Social Media VA $650 per month
(40 hours)
(40 hrs/month)
(80 hrs/month)
Customer Support $750 per month
(80 hours)
(80 hrs/month)
(160 hrs/month)

Additionally, Pepper VA offers online advertising services like SEO and email marketing starting at $600 per month. They also offer other services like copywriting, graphic design, and video editing starting at $25 per hour.

9. Virtual Coworker

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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 also source, screen, and interview potential candidates in the Philippines based on your needs and shortlist the most qualified virtual assistants.


Virtual Coworker’s pricing model is divided into three tiers: Junior, Intermediate, and Expert. If you’re not sure where your company stands, you can get a free consultation through their website.

Junior Intermediate Expert
Administration Support $6 to $7 per hour $7 to $8 per hour $8 to $9 per hour
Sales & Marketing $7 to $9 per hour $8 to $11 per hour $9 to $12 per hour
Web Developers & Programmers $8 to $12 per hour $11 to $15 per hour $13 to $18 per hour
Finance & Accounting $7 to $8 per hour $8 to $10 per hour $9 to $11 per hour


A screenshot of the home page.

With hundreds of thousands of registered profiles, has an immense database of virtual assistants. is based in the U.S. but prides itself on creating a safe environment for both job seekers and Filipino workers.

To start looking for the right VA for your team, you can either post a job or search for ideal candidates. Once you have created a shortlist, it’s just a matter of connecting with prospective employees to negotiate salary and job expectations. 

Pricing is one of the few virtual assistant companies that will let you browse talent for free — but there is a catch: you can’t communicate with or hire workers. This way, you can ensure has candidates to fulfill your unique niche. 

If you do find a qualified VA and decide to hire them, you can bookmark them and proceed with a paid plan.

  • Pro: $69 per month; up to 3 job posts, contact 75 workers per month
  • Premium: $99 per month; up to 10 job posts, contact 500 workers per month, unlimited background data checks, VA mentoring service is suitable for employers who prefer the DIY approach to finding and evaluating candidates. The best part about the pricing? They offer a 100% money-back guarantee.

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11. Virtual Assistant Talent

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Virtual Assistant Talent is dedicated to helping small business owners, startups, and all busy entrepreneurs to grow and expand their businesses by hiring a virtual assistant. 

In fact, John Davern established the business due to his own past experiences and business needs. Today, Virtual Assistant Talent is based in California and has clients in the Philippines, Australia, and the UK.

Hiring VAs with Virtual Assistant Talent begins with a phone consultation, where you discuss the services you need in your business. From there, Virtual Assistant Talent will choose the VA that fits the position you are trying to fill the most. Once you have decided on hiring, Virtual Assistant Talent will send you an invoice, after which you can start working with your new VA.


Virtual Assistant Talent breaks its workers into two different classifications: non-technical VAs and technical and digital VAs. 

Non-technical VAs are executive assistants, customer support agents, and real estate agents. Web designers, SEO specialists, and software developers fall under the technical VA category.

With that in mind, pricing is pretty straightforward. After paying a one-time setup fee of $99, you can start hiring.

  • Non-technical VAs: $9.95 per hour
  • Technical VAs: $13.95 per hour

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 60,000+ candidates and companies or get bids on your job.

This free lead generation platform displays a candidate’s hourly rate, skills, experience, availability, resume, and languages spoken. You can also filter profiles by skill, availability, years of experience, or country. Or, run a search for keywords or phrases.

Manage virtual assistants better

Once you find the best virtual assistant for the job, you should consider onboarding your new hire with Hubstaff Tasks. It’s an Agile project management tool with advanced features such as Agile Sprints, automated workflows, and daily Stand-ups

Hubstaff Tasks also offers checklists, due dates, comments, Kanban-style project boards, and more — all designed to make collaboration and focus that much better for your team.

You can take VA management a step further with a Hubstaff time tracking integration. You can also see how much time they spent on it, their activity levels, and optional screenshots. Then, set pay rates for your team and automatically make payments through one of Hubstaff’s payment integrations.

What to keep in mind when hiring a virtual assistant in the Philippines

There are a few things to keep in mind when looking to hire a Filipino virtual assistant. First, expect to pay anywhere from $2-$14 per hour. Of course, this is subject to change depending on the skill level.

Second, always ensure you do proper due diligence on the company you hire. If it’s an individual, you should also ensure that they’re accountable for their virtual assistant services. Don’t be afraid to look for another one if they’re not performing.

Working with any virtual assistant goes a lot more smoothly when you clearly define what they should (and shouldn’t) do for you. That’s why we created this free responsibilities agreement to help you get started right.

Are you ready to hire a virtual assistant?

Find out how Hubstaff can help you track time efficiency with activity levels, screenshot monitoring, timesheets, and reporting. You can also schedule automatic payments right in your Hubstaff account.

For a general overview of VA software, you can also check out our top virtual assistant software post to find more ways to find and manage virtual assistants.

This post was originally published April 2015, and updated November 2022.

Category: Outsourcing