Posts by Corporate Optometry

8 Ways Volunteering Can Grow Your Optometry Business

Volunteering is a great way to boost your team’s morale & grow your optometrist business. As an optometrist, you put in the effort, time, and money to establish your clinic. However, your responsibility doesn’t end here. As a medical professional, it is your job to ensure that everyone in your community knows and has access…

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A Complete Guide: How to Reduce Employee Turnover

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M Employee retention strategies play an integral role in the success of your business. Click here to learn how to reduce employee turnover. A Complete Guide: How to Reduce Employee Turnover I Did you know that in 2018, around 41.4 million employees in the US resigned from their jobs to work for another organization? Surprising,…

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How finding Bailey Nelson has enhanced my career.

My experience at Bailey Nelson has been nothing but exceptional. The opportunity to work with Bailey Nelson came at what I felt was the perfect moment, as I was not feeling fulfilled and appreciated in my previous role. Since joining Bailey Nelson I am able to provide my patients with the care they deserve while…

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How to Handle Career Blocks

With so many changes in working conditions over the last few years, it shouldn’t be a surprise that many of us feel isolated, burnt out, or stuck in our jobs. Maybe you aren’t growing your career as quickly as you wanted because of a lack of interactions or opportunities amid the ongoing issues. Or perhaps…

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Upper Management Passes off Your Ideas as their Own, Now What?

Your organizational culture will determine how the team collaborates and works. Often, corporate opticals may inadvertently propagate a heavily competitive environment where employees can behave unethically to get ahead. It all starts at the top. Many positions have an expiration date. Other times, the corporate dynamics make it so you cannot trust colleagues. However, sometimes…

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End Optometry Burnout

Many professionals are still dealing with the stress and aftermath of the global pandemic. Optometrists, in particular, are becoming burned out more than ever. If you are an optometrist facing burnout, it can negatively impact your practice. So, how can you prevent optometry burnout and its subsequent negative impact on your practice? Let’s dive into…

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Embezzlement Protection for Your Practice

Many optometrists ignore or miss out on key administrative and financial elements that can make or break their business. Most professionals outsource or hire others to handle these aspects of their optometry practice. This arrangement works well for many. However, if you are not monitoring your finances, you risk things such as embezzlement. Let’s discuss…

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4 Reasons Why ODs Choose Employment in Corporate Optometry

Most optometry graduates these days prefer working as corporate optometrists. This provides more job security than being employed or starting cold. Corporate optometry may have its challenges, but too many benefits to ignore. The work is a lot; corporate ODs are required to see at least 3 patients per hour depending on the brand, some…

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