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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Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) dental hygienists may be classified as exempt employees as “learned professionals” provided the employee meets certain requirements under a “primary duty” test. This article provides an overview of Federal vs. California regulations.
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How many of you need to address an employee issue in the office, but are waiting for the right time to discuss the problem?    Read more >>
Have you ever thought about how you might manage your staff if they were all volunteers?    Read more >>
While laying-off employees does decrease overhead, the impact on employee moral often adds to an already stressful time. Before laying-off employees, consider the following options.    Read more >>
Marketing your practice begins with you and your staff. Patients may not always know good dentistry but they do remember how you and your staff made them feel.    Read more >>
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