30-60-90 Day Performance Evaluation

Studies show employee retention increases when employers invest in the initial first months of employment. Doing reviews at the first 30, 60, and 90 days of an employee's tenure with a practice is a great way to provide them with feedback on their performance, and it offers them the opportunity to tell you what is going well and where they need help. Use this form to conduct and document 30-60-90-day reviews with your new employee.  

Conducting Performance Evaluations

Provides best practice preparation and checklists for conducting performance evaluations. Includes sample form to document an evaluation of an employee's performance.

Employee Disciplinary Warning Form

Information and sample form to assist with documenting and addressing employee issues. Handling such situations properly is key to continuing a good relationship, or potentially ending a bad one.

Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)

Establishing a team of strong performers plan takes a lot of effort and communication and gives employees a chance to learn and grow. If an employee has recurring performance issues, work with them on a performance improvement plan (PIP). Using a PIP instead of terminating an employee can lead to better practice harmony and employee morale.


The Team Bonus: To Have or Not to Have

Tips and guidelines for the practice owner who wishes to establish a team bonus.