Employment Practices
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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Use this checklist to ensure all new employees are given the correct forms, that proper information is contained in the employment files and that each employee has been provided the proper training.
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One of my RDAs showed up to work on Monday with her lip pierced. I just don’t feel this is appropriate, but what am I allowed to say to her?    Read more >>
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by Daniel Watkins, Esq.
Dan Watkins is a practicing attorney in the Orange county area. Dan practices a wide variety of law including Dental and Medical malpractice, employment and contracts. Dan is well versed in many areas pertaining to dentistry and is a valuable asset to TDIC. Dan is currently on our defense panel and has been presenting RM seminars for many years.
Credit Checks: AB 22 will prohibit an employer from using a consumer credit report for employment purposes or promotions, unless the position of the person for whom the report is requested meets any of the following criteria:    Read more >>
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If you provide employment references for former employees, direct staff that references are provided only by the practice owner, or specific supervisor. Be consistent and keep the information professional and limited to the job title, duties performed in the office, dates of employment, salary range and if the employee is eligible for rehire.