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Physician employment contracts
Family physicians may encounter unfamiliar employment challenges in the short-term, but long-term job prospects remain promising.
From signing bonuses to relocation and continuing education allowances, your employment contract needs to provide more than a competitive salary.
A review of the broad market trends can help you evaluate the specifics of your contract.
To find the right job, you have to ask the right questions about compensation and the work environment.
The first challenge of employed practice is to analyze your contract – before you sign.
This expert's tips will help to prevent surprises after the deal is done.
A sense of fair play and a carefully drawn buy-sell agreement can make the addition of a partnership-track associate a success for everyone involved.
Your practice can hire the best candidates by knowing its needs and anticipating theirs.
If you've ever signed a bad contract or paid sticker price for a new car, these negotiation principles may save you from another rotten deal.
This article discusses what benefits salaried FPs should seek to negotiate into their employment contracts.