Monthly Archives: December 2015

Restrictive Covenants

A restrictive covenant (RC), as used in most physician employment agreements, is a provision(s) that prevents or restricts an employee from competing with his employer. Such provisions will prevent the┬ánew employee, in the event he leaves employment, from: recruiting staff … Continue reading

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Sweat the “Small” Stuff and Enjoy a Bonus!

Seeking a good position, researching perspective employers, participating┬áin interviews, and negotiating an agreement can be tedious, time-consuming work! And the reality is that most employers are going to offer a standard agreement, with a salary range that will probably be … Continue reading

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Liability Insurance – Who Pays for Tail Coverage?

I want to briefly discuss the handling of liability insurance as part of the contract negotiation process. Generally, most employers agree – liability insurance is a bona fide business expense. This should be clearly stipulated in the employment agreement as … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Salary (part 1)

This is typically the topic of most concern when initially considering an employment offer. As you begin to seek new employment opportunities, you may have a pretty good idea what salary to expect (based on discussions with colleagues, published salary … Continue reading

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