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7 ways to keep a promising new hire at your practice


After a rigorous recruiting process, here's how to ensure a long stay from that prized new employee.

Imagine a practice has been short badly-needed physician or staff member for a while. It’s not hard to imagine in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the “Great Resignation.”

Next, imagine the owners have completed the rigors of finding, interviewing, and hiring a stellar new employee and would prefer not to do that again in the near future.

Here are tips to help that new hire become a long-term asset and not a short-term member of your practice.

Stephanie Stephens is a California-based freelance digital journalist, producer, and host.

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