Photo of a clinic owner perfoprotecrming a performance review with a clinician
May 9, 2018 | Article

Protect Your Clinic From Talent Poachers

What is Talent Poaching? Talent poaching, also sometimes called employee raiding is when a company purposefully targets and recruits talent from a competing company. In simpler terms, it's when a clinic down the street contacts your employees (either directly or indirectly) and convinces them to join their clinic team instead. The job…
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January 12, 2018 | Article

Seven Reasons Why Benefits Make Sense for Your Clinic

1. Talent goes where it is made to feel welcome. Talent stays where it is treated well.  “Your people are your most valuable asset,” remains a fundamental truth in business. Avoid the race to the bottom that results from stocking your team with easy to acquire, low cost, low-value talent. Cross over…
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Co-hosts of Cost vs Reward: Should I Open My Own PT, DC, or MT Clinic? Lauren Beckett and Phillip Genesis
December 13, 2017 | Webinar

Cost vs Reward: Should I Open My Own PT, DC, or MT Clinic?

Is 2018 the Year You Take Control of Your Career? Have you ever wondered if you should open your own clinic, get a franchise or work for someone else? This webinar is perfect for physiotherapists, physiotherapist assistants, chiropractors, massage therapists, and entrepreneurs wondering “should I open my own private practice clinic?” Join…
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Illustration of people waiting to be interviewed
January 3, 2017 | Article

5 Interview Questions Every Clinic Owner Should Ask

Hiring new staff can be challenging and stressful. You know you have to interview a candidate but figuring out exactly what to ask to get the information you need can be hard. So, we’ve talked to clinicians, and our very own HR department to give you the top five questions…
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Illustration of a dentist, pharmacy, and outpatient clinic
July 29, 2016 | Article

Employee Benefits: 3 Reasons to Invest in Your Team’s Health

Running a successful business means taking care of your staff. Your employees are the ones on the front lines, walking through each client’s pain story and delivering outstanding results! Taking a small step to invest in the long-term health of your employees builds a strong foundation for your practice. So…
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