2 Responses to “Starting a Medical Practice: Hiring your first staff PART-2”


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  1. Dr M

    First of all, I want to mention that I really like this website.It helps me so much as I am establishing a solo practice.

    I just want to add that when you hire an employee, start with 90 days waiting period. It helps me to access the employee. If there is a need for firing later, you can do that during the waiting period without a need for two weeks paid.
    Also have an employee policy manual prior to hire an employee. It has saved me a legal consequence. So take your time and effort in preparing a policy for employee.

  2. Dr.SSG

    That is a very important point made by Dr M:
    1) 90 day probation makes it easy for to fire employees if they are not working good.
    2) Employee hand book is very necessary for any business. It is like the ‘Constitution’ of the business

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