It’s likely that, at some point in your dental career, you’ll need to dismiss a member of your staff. If you find that you’re having trouble with a member of your staff, it’s important to go through the proper steps first. This includes providing guidance, offering more extensive training and giving warnings. However, sometimes an employee is just not a good fit, no matter how many tactics you try.
As the owner of your dental practice, it’s important to make sure that you’ve documented all the proper steps you’ve taken to fix the situation. Once this has been done, it may be time to terminate employment. We know that this can be difficult, and there are a few things you can do to make sure it’s done professionally and delicately.
Below are a few things to do when letting an employee go:
We know that it can be difficult to lose a team member, but you can’t underestimate the importance of having good staff members on your team. For tips on making sure your dental practice is successful and profitable or if you have dental marketing needs, please contact Pro Dental Designs today.