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5 things to consider before signing a physician employment agreement

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It can be very exciting to receive a letter of intent followed by a detailed employment agreement. It is imperative, however, to carefully review these documents before signing.

It can be very exciting to receive a letter of intent followed by a detailed employment agreement. It is imperative, however, to carefully review these documents before signing to avoid various landmines that may be buried in the dense language.

Here are 5 common clauses to consider carefully:

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