Newsletter May 2013
The hiring process can be very challenging for a business owner. However, it is one of the most important parts of building a successful organization. Employers are busy running the business, and it is often difficult to find time to complete all the necessary steps for a successful hiring process. The most efficient way to find the best new employee is to allow the qualified associates at Karen McKeithen Schaede Attorney at Law, PLLC to do it for you.
As business attorneys, we completely understand the importance of finding the best employee for the job. Every step of the hiring process is important, and we devote the time and effort needed to complete each one. From reviewing resumes to screening potential applicants and running thorough background checks, only the most qualified people will make it to the interview process. Once the field has been narrowed, we will do initial interviews and choose those that have the potential to be a good fit for not only the job, but also for your company. We will then work together to conduct final interviews to find the right person for the position.
There is a saying that “time spent on hiring is time well spent.” Allow us to spend the time to find the perfect new hire for your business. We are also available to assist with any single phase of the process, such as background checks. If you have any questions about interview etiquette or what the law allows the employer to say or ask, please contact our office.Give us a call today to discuss your hiring needs. With graduation around the corner, as well as companies looking for summer employees and interns, we are happy to discuss a plan that best meets your needs.
Karen McKeithen Schaede Attorney at Law, PLLC
Social Media for Physicians
Doctors are no longer the gate keepers to medical information. The internet has ushered in an era of unlimited access to health information. All it requires is a simple Google search of the name of a disease or medication to see an endless list of images, videos, message boards, websites, and blogs. Competing with the likes of WebMD and Wikipedia may seem like a daunting task for any physician, but there is a simple way to join the online conversation.
Handling Employee Complaints
Where there are employees, there will eventually be complaints. They are an unavoidable part of running a company. The way a company deals with grievances is important, not only for the health of the company and its bottom line, but also for creating a positive, healthy work atmosphere for staff.