Why documentation with your employees matters [VIDEO]

June 14, 2013

Save yourself any future practice problems; document everything. In this Morning Huddle, Ali Oromchian Esq. discusses why you should keep a paper trail of every encounter you have with your employees and team.

Save yourself any future practice problems; document everything. In this Morning Huddle, Ali Oromchian Esq. discusses why you should keep a paper trail of every encounter you have with your employees and team.

As part of our Morning Huddle e-newsletter, DPR partnered with notable practice management consultants to provide quick video tips like the one below to get your team talking. Here, we discuss how to efficiently manage employee relations.

Want to know the easiest way to avoid complications and misunderstandings with your employees? Document, document, document.

If you document everything that happens with your employees, you’ll avoid any work-related headaches in the long term. If an employee complains? Document it. If you have a job performance discussion with anyone? Document it.

Watch this video tip as Ali Oromchian Esq. gives you all the tips and advice on why documentation matters:

 

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Mr. Oromchian is the Co-Founder at HR for Health, and Partner at Dental & Medical Counsel, PC. He is a graduate of the University of California at Davis, where he received a dual Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in Political Science and Rhetoric & Communications. He holds a law degree from the University of California, Davis School of Law.  During law school, Mr. Oromchian was the Editor-in-Chief of the Business Law Journal and also worked for the Honorable Connie Callahan at the California Court of Appeals for the Third District. He also received an LL.M. in Taxation with Honors from The George Washington University Law School.  He is a member of the California and District of Columbia bars.

Mr. Oromchian’s family has made the San Francisco Bay Area their home for more than 20 years.  He currently lives in San Ramon, with his wife Ozzie Jafarnia, a local pediatric dentist, and daughters Caroline and Emme.