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Reducing Medical Practice Staff Turnover

Retaining quality employees at your medical practice doesn't happen automatically. And high turnover hits your practice where it hurts most; reducing revenue. So, we've put together some tips to help you keep your best staff members where they belong - in your practice.

Also: we've all heard of exit interviews. But what about the reverse? Stay interviews give you a chance to speak with valuable staff members before they decide to move on to greener pastures.

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10 Common Staff Problems Facing Medical Practices

Physicians and recruiting professionals weigh in with challenges — and solutions — to today’s staffing challenges at medical practices.

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Being short-staffed can cripple a medical practice, but there are resources you can use to avoid this being the case.

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Matching people with jobs that utilize their skills and personality is key to keeping them happy at your practice.

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Bringing on a new physician or practice manager can be a stressful process. That's why you should use a recruiter, if you can.

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No one wants to fire someone, but sometimes it needs to be done. Here are six instances where a firing is justified.

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Hiring a relative is an easy way to fill an open position for many practices. Here are the reasons why NOT to do that.

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Thinking of adding a new person to your staff or just replacing someone who left? Take these six steps.

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