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The right way to talk to employees
The right way to talk to employeesDisciplinary issues shouldn't be a formal event — but you should take steps to protect yourself.
3 secrets they don't teach in dental school
3 secrets they don't teach in dental schoolDental school only teaches you half of what you need to be a successful dentist.
Know when it's time to fire an employee
Know when it's time to fire an employeeHow to recognize a staff member who is sinking your practice.
Ask Dr. Cooper: How do you know when to let an employee go?
Ask Dr. Cooper: How do you know when to let an employee go?Over a decade ago, Dr. Cooper started a Q&A column with dentists. Here, he shares an inquiry he received, along with his response.
That's not a witch, that's a dental technician!
That's not a witch, that's a dental technician!In some weird dental news, a former Air Force contractor is alleging that she was accused by coworkers of being a "Hindu witch" and that her meditation invited demons into her.
How you often react (and how you should react) when you're fired from the dental practice“Your job is being eliminated!” Those are words you never dream you’ll hear … but this is reality and you are really hearing, “You’re fired.” Your first thoughts are of shock. Why are they eliminating my job? I don’t get it. I work hard, get here on time, play nice with the other girls, and MY job is the one being eliminated? Are they joking? We all know that the “slacker” should be canned … and that’s not me!