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4 Common Staff Management Problems and Solutions for Your Optical Practice

Posted by Janelle Pauli on Jun 11, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Staff management comes up time and time again as one of the biggest obstacles facing many eyecare practices. Whether you're having trouble with high turnover, can't seem to get your team motivated, or have a hard time throughout the hiring process, it seems like there is always something related to your staff that keeps you from being able to focus on the rest of your practice.

Today, we want to provide you with the right resource to help your optical practice overcome its biggest staff management challenge. Let us know what your biggest staff challenge is!

Find the Right Solution for Your Toughest Staff Management Obstacle

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Read This: How to Welcome New Staff into Your Practice with Open Arms

If you deal with high turnover in your optical practice, like many practices do, welcoming new staff in your practice is something you're probably doing often, and maybe not very well if they aren't sticking around. Check out these 6 tips that will help your newest employees feel at home in your practice.

If you don't know how to motivate your team...

Read This: Optometry Office Management Tips for Keeping Staff on Track

Keeping staff motivation high, especially during slow times of the year can be challenging. But, if your staff isn't motivated, chances are your profits are suffering. There could be a couple of different reasons why your team isn't feeling extra motivated. Find out what you can do to help get everyone in your practice on board.

If you want ideas for questions to ask in your next interview...

Read This: 12 Interview Questions to Ask Your Next Optical Practice Candidates

Interviewing candidates for roles in your practice is a critical part of hiring the right employee for the job. We've compiled a list of 12 questions that we think will give you great insight into whether an applicant will make a good employee in your practice.

If you need help writing job descriptions...

Read This: What to Look for When Hiring for Every Position in Your Practice

Writing a good job description will help bring in the best candidates and will help align your expectations for the role. If you write generic, or lazy descriptions chances are you might not be finding the right people with the right experiences or qualifications. We put together a full list of some of the skills you should be hiring for each position in your practice. 

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