Getting it right in today's tougher recruiting environment

Pinto, John B.
August 2009
Ocular Surgery News;8/10/2009, Vol. 27 Issue 15, p24
Academic Journal
This article addresses the challenge of recruiting ophthalmic job candidate in the midst of recession. There is a need for the employing practice to understand the mindset of today's candidate, particularly the new graduates. Particular focus is given to the attitude of doctor-candidates to the job-hunting process. There are several potentially off-putting terms to settle even when the candidate and practice are well-matched. Included is a list of important details to consider in a partner-track associate deal or agreement.


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