One of the most important elements of operating a successful chiropractic practice is building a strong team. Whether you’re just starting to interview potential employees or are looking to expand your team, keep this very important interview question in mind.
As the workforce and expectations of employees continues to change, it is even more challenging for small businesses to to attract high quality employees. There are many aspects that make the corporate world more appealing, but that doesn't mean you should just give up on hiring new staff. There are plenty of people who prefer to work for small businesses, including small practices. Here are our tips for hiring the people you need.
If you've previously had to find a new member of your team, you know the hiring process can be grueling. It can take months to find the right fit, both for the position and your company's culture. So, as an owner and hiring manager, what qualities should you look for in a candidate to be sure you aren't setting yourself up for failure? Check out our tips to learn more about the negative impact of a bad hire, and the positive qualities to look for in a candidate.
It is simply not good enough to hire a “nice’ person, who shows up every day, does his or her job fairly well, then goes home and starts all over again the next day. Rather, the idea is to hire right, terminate quickly if a mistake has been made, and spend an extraordinary amount of time in two areas -- Training and Accountability.