Unfortunately, we know that not every staff member is a true team member for life and as a practice owner you will eventually be faced with letting an employee go. It’s important to be knowledgeable about when to fire an employee and even questions like, “should I fire this person?”. Answers to questions like this might not always seem easy, but sometimes they are are clear indicators that allow you to execute your decision without feeling any guilt.
Read our partners, Jay Shorr and Mara Shorr’s, article for DERMASCOPE Magazine:“You’re Fired: When to Let an Employee Go” to learn when to dismiss someone and what are some clear reasons for needing to do this. In their article, Jay and Mara talk about when to fire an employee plus employees’ performance, drama, violation of rules and other reasons to let an employee go for your practice’s ultimate success. Be sure to check out these vital signs in order to save money and build a better culture inside your aesthetic practice!
Do you need help training, hiring, or firing staff? We can help you with all three things! We understand that your team members are imperative to the success of your aesthetic practice. Your staff is what will attract or deter patients from your office, increase conversion rates, deliver phenomonal customer service, or sometimes… bring staff drama, negativitity, or poor performance to your office negatively affecting your business. Let us help! Contact us here to get started!
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About Shorr Solutions: Shorr Solutions is a practice management consulting company with offices in South and Central Florida. We work with physicians and medical practices in all 50 states of the U.S. to help them strengthen their operational, financial, and administrative health of their business. Our partners, Jay A. Shorr and Mara L. Shorr are dedicated to helping dental and medical practices in the cosmetic and aesthetic fields save time, money and grow their profits.
We help you focus on what you LOVE to do: practice medicine.