1404, 2020

Maintaining your Practice Culture during COVID-19 Office Closures

By |April 14th, 2020|Categories: COVID-19, Employee Engagement, Employees, Management|0 Comments

From the day you hired the first member of your team, whether you intended to or not, you started to create your office culture. The greatest asset you have is your team and office culture. It is not your location, your high-tech equipment, or even your patient base. A

312, 2019

Holiday Parties and Employer Liability

By |December 3rd, 2019|Categories: Employees, Legal, Management|0 Comments

In the season of office holiday parties, the question of whether alcohol should be part of the festivities often comes up. In recent years, many companies have faced liability as a result of serving alcohol at their holiday parties and the resultant behavior. The courts have been prone to

1410, 2019

Working Interviews: Are they Legal?

By |October 14th, 2019|Categories: Employees, Hiring, Legal, Management, Payroll, Taxes, Termination|0 Comments

Your office has a good problem - it is growing, and you need to hire more people. You want to hire the best candidates possible both from a skills and attitude standpoint and how well they fit with your current team. What sounds better: hiring someone that you have

1609, 2019

4 Reasons Why Your Employees Aren’t Listening to You

By |September 16th, 2019|Categories: Employee Engagement, Employees, Leadership, Management|0 Comments

You give the deadline for a project but as the day approaches, nothing is ready. You ask for reports to be completed and no one responds. You leave the office for a meeting, leaving instructions behind, but return to find none of them have been implemented. Why? And how

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