It’s not uncommon for employees and employers alike to reach for a hot cup of coffee for an energy boost. Coffee is so well-loved that it has its own international holiday (September 29th). In light of this upcoming day celebrating a drink so many of us love, we’d like to explore how a cup of coffee can help your chiropractic practice.
To increase team productivity, reduce turnover rates, and boost revenue for your practice, follow our tips to help your employees find satisfaction in their work.
As chiropractors, we want our patients to achieve true health. And health and wellness is all about balance, right? The same concept applies to your chiropractic practice. We spend the majority of our waking hours at work, and many spend more time with their colleagues than they do with their own families. At times, your practice can feel more like a primary residence. So, how can you make this more tolerable?
This Valentine’s Day, show your patients (and employees) a little love. Here are a few suggestions to help their hearts skip a beat.
With the start of the New Year comes feelings of excitement, rejuvenation, and plans to build a better chiropractic practice. One way to improve your practice in 2019 is by strengthening your team. Team offsites are a great way to do this, and why not make them even better by doing one for charity?
There is no doubt about it: your chiropractic practice wouldn’t operate without your employees. Your employees are your most valuable resource, but they can also drain your time and energy. That means properly managing your workforce in a way that promotes employee engagement is critical, and it can have a direct impact on your bottom line. Here are our tips.
Thanksgiving is a time of the year to reflect on the gratitude we feel for the people in our lives. It is a great habit to have in your practice to regularly thank your employees, and if you aren’t doing that already, now the time to start. Showing appreciation to your employees will show them that their work is valued and will motivate them to continue to do a great job. It also encourages your team to pass the gratitude to others in the workplace, and you will see personal as well as professional growth. Here are a few ways you can show your staff how thankful you are this Thanksgiving.