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It can be challenging to balance the roles of healthcare provider and employer, but it doesn't have to be. Find resources to help hire your dream team and keep your staff productive and happy. Get advice on how to write job descriptions, create applications, place help wanted ads, set meal breaks, establish alternative work schedules, and terminate an employee. In addition, all of this is supported by an Employee Manual that can be customized to your practice.
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2012-2013 Version
This Employee Manual template has been updated to reflect new 2012-2013 laws. Additionally, the new manual provides more assistance in the areas of social media, vacation accrual and pregnancy leave.The Manual was developed by an attorney to be used specifically in a dental office. An employee manual is one of the most important reference and communication tools between an employer and employees. It clearly describes expectations and office policies.
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Paid Holidays
By Robyn Thomason on 07/01/2010
If you choose to offer paid holidays as an employee benefit, be sure you have a policy included in your employee manual.    Read more >>
2010 To-do-list
By Robyn Thomason on 12/22/2009
It's time to update your policies and procedures.    Read more >>
Offering your staff holiday bonuses or end of the year raises are signs of appreciation. But what if you can’t offer those rewards this year? What do you say to them?    Read more >>
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If a computer hard drive, laptop or other electronic media with patient information is stolen or lost, the dental practice does not need to comply with the state and HIPAA breach notification rule if those items are encrypted.