BLOG: Human resource issues: What should I do when … ? Part 1

One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned over the years is that quickly addressing and not ignoring HR conflicts is the best route. Direct, appropriate confrontation can be awkward, uncomfortable, even painful. But ultimately you find that it is a relief for your remaining practice staff and healthier for your practice. Every delayed decision impacts your bottom line and, if you own the practice, affects financial opportunity. It is possible to be a strong leader, be financially responsible, and treat colleagues and employees well. Below are a few ways to (Read more...)

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