In synopsis, one would say perfectly NO; one size does not fit all when taking a virtual assistant to meet your requirements. With the main target for your company in mind you should determine what your goals and wants are before contacting the virtual assistant. There is to be sure that if you have a business with no physical office outside of your home ; you've gotten no employees ; your needs do not justify the expense of a full time assistant ; that a virtual assistant is perfect for your company. All it takes is a bit time and planning on your part to conclude what can be delegated to the virtual assistant. There are so many different specialists in the virtual industry that you and the assistant will both be best served if you distinguish your needs and select the assistant that specializes in what your needs are for the business.
Remember, that doing work with a virtual assistant spares you money in your business because a virtual assistant is not really a staff member; there are no taxes, no workers compensation, no paid time off associated with the virtual assistant. You pay for the time the assistant is doing work for you only. The virtual assistants provide all of her very own equipment and supplies; these are all factored into the cost you and the assistant ascertain she will be paid.