Physician Practice

Hiring—Don’t just say “no”

Physician Practice Perspective, February 21, 2002

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Sometimes you have to say no to a job candidate—a really good job candidate. In addition to the legal considerations, you also want to remember your practice’s public relations status in how you manage these situations. If you live in a small community, the people you interview may be your patients, neighbors of patients, or family of patients. How you handle a rejected candidate can be a boon to your practice’s goodwill, or it may result in a public relations nightmare.Categorize your rejectionsBegin to organize how you will tell candidates no by categorizing your re

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