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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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Hiring the right candidate for your medical practice is not the easiest task. But if you prepare beforehand and ask the right questions, you can.

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Avoid employee disputes against your practice before they start by steering clear of these four common bad habits by physicians and owners.

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While dismissing a staff member from your practice can be unpleasant, it is vital that you, as the physician leader, be involved.

Firing a medical practice staff member is never easy. Here's how to determine who should do it, and how.

Firing a medical practice staff member is never easy, but there are some ways to minimize the potential aftershocks.

Physician employers must be ever vigilant when seeking to classify an employee as salaried and exempt from overtime pay.

Preparing for the worst possible scenarios by maintaining legal documentation is the only way a medical group can be prepared to protect itself.

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