Physician Practice

Notices, deadlines guard against wrongful termination

Physician Practice Perspective, August 21, 2002

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By Barbara EberlyThis is the final article in a three-part series.Most new employees in a medical practice mold themselves quickly to the style and work ethic of their coworkers. Dissatisfaction and low productivity set in for others. And it’s management’s job to help these employees adapt or prepare to leave. If you are in this position, it is vital to prevent wrongful termination lawsuits against your practice. Consider these three primary steps:1. Admit you have a problem employee who won’t change and try to help him or her 2. End it well, protecting yourself ag

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