15 05, 2023

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.

27 03, 2023

Law update: Is the FTC Going to Ban Non-Competes, and What Does That Mean For Me?

When receiving a new employment agreement, one of the key clauses that is negotiated and heavily discussed is the non-compete clause. A non-compete is a type of restrictive covenant, meaning it restricts what you can do post-employment. It outlines an agreement whereby the employee agrees not to compete with his or her employer once the employment relationship ends. Typically, this is seen as a restriction on an employee’s ability to work in a geographic area for a certain time period with a competitor. They can be hard to negotiate and may have long-term consequences for employees.

14 03, 2023

3 Things To Know About Your Resident Physician Employment Agreement

3 Things To Know About Your Resident Physician Employment Agreement You matched, congratulations! So what’s next?   You did it! So what comes next? You got THE email from NRMP that you’ve been waiting for. Countless hours of hard work, sweat, and (probably) tears. Residency programs and hospitals carry much responsibility in training residents, and with that responsibility comes risk. Having written resident contracts [...]

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