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Compensation Considerations: Your Obligations

An employment agreement should clearly outline the obligations and duties expected of you. In order to know whether you are fairly compensated, you must have a complete picture of what it is you are being compensated for. While specific obligations may vary depending on the industry, practice setting, and specialty, here are some common obligations and duties that should be included in a healthcare worker’s employment agreement:

How to use a “sunrise clause” to your advantage

How to use a “sunrise clause” to your advantage. To understand how to use a sunrise clause to your advantage you must first understand what the clause actually is. In the context of a medical contract, a "sunrise clause" typically refers to a provision that outlines the terms and conditions under which a contract will come into effect or become operational. It sets a specific date or condition upon which the contract's provisions will be activated.

Compensation Considerations: Compensation Structure

The compensation structure is of great importance to you for several reasons. The structure proposed directly impacts your income and financial stability. It determines the amount of money you will earn, which is crucial for meeting personal financial obligations like living expenses, student loans, and other financial goals. It is also important because it impacts your work-life balance by influencing factors such as your work load, call coverage, and compensation for any extra time you work. Understanding how the compensation structure aligns with your desired work-life balance and whether it supports a sustainable and healthy professional life is essential.

What does a “Super Drunk” charge mean in Michigan?

In Michigan, the term "super drunk" refers to a specific charge related to drunk driving offenses. It is an offense that involves operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.17 or higher. The legal limit for intoxication in Michigan is 0.08, so being "super drunk" means having a BAC more than twice the legal limit.

I’m graduating this summer and still don’t have a job lined up – what do I do?

It’s May, and you still haven’t signed a contract for your first physician job. You’ve invested years and hundreds of thousands of dollars into your education and training, and you’ve finally reached the end of the road. What’s next for you? The thought of not having a job lined up when you’re graduating in less than two months may be daunting, but it’s not the end-all be-all.

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