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Stephenie Overman
Stephenie Overman has written about workplace and health issues for Fortune.com, HR Magazine, Employee Benefits News, the Los Angeles Business Journal, and Bulletin to Management. In addition to being author of the book “Next-Generation Wellness at Work,” (Praeger Publishing) she has been editor of Staffing Management and Executive Talent magazines. She was senior writer in the Society for Human Resource Management’s publication department. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science from Ball State University and a master’s degree in labor studies from the University of the District of Columbia. She taught news writing at Rutgers University.
Why poor posture can be a real pain in the neck
Why poor posture can be a real pain in the neck
One of the biggest dangers for dentists is strain caused by awkward positioning, so we take a look at how to combat injury.
Don't get hit with an I-9 fine
Don't get hit with an I-9 fine
You don’t want to be in the position of the New York dentist who was fined more than $5,000 for failing to present proper I-9 forms for employees at his dental office.
What you need to know about new overtime rules that may affect your dental practice
What you need to know about new overtime rules that may affect your dental practice
The rule does not apply to dentists, but it may apply to dental practice office managers and dental hygienists.
How to effectively manage multiple generations in the dental practice
How to effectively manage multiple generations in the dental practice
How can you successfully be a “Gen Mix” manager? That’s the big question in Bruce Tulgan’s and Carolyn A. Martin’s book “Managing the Generation Mix: From Urgency to Opportunity.”
Cover yourself and your dental practice: What you need in a good employee handbook
You wouldn’t examine a patient without proper PPE. Don’t run your practice without a well-written employee handbook that protects you against staff misunderstandings and even lawsuits.