Physicians who solely rely on forms and checklists to terminate an employee are making a huge mistake, says this lawyer.
It's easy to check references, verify clinical skills and training, and see if a physician is in your price range. Cultural fit is harder to ascertain.
Terminating an employee is never easy, but making the right preparations for your final conversation will help things go as smoothly as possible.
Physicians and recruiting professionals weigh in with challenges — and solutions — to today’s staffing challenges at medical practices.
Being short-staffed can cripple a medical practice, but there are resources you can use to avoid this being the case.
Matching people with jobs that utilize their skills and personality is key to keeping them happy at your practice.
Bringing on a new physician or practice manager can be a stressful process. That's why you should use a recruiter, if you can.
No one wants to fire someone, but sometimes it needs to be done. Here are six instances where a firing is justified.
Hiring a relative is an easy way to fill an open position for many practices. Here are the reasons why NOT to do that.
Thinking of adding a new person to your staff or just replacing someone who left? Take these six steps.