Corporate OD

10 Obsessions to Becoming a Successful OD.

Becoming a successful OD is not as easy as you would think. It takes quite a dedicated person to reach that milestone. A lot of people may even give up along the way or become tired of their businesses. But you have to know that it isn’t just luck that gets you the golden ticket.…

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Everything You Need to Know About Optometry Contracts

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Employment contracts hold significant importance regardless of the industry you’re working in. They outline details about the position you’re interviewing for. Because you’re going to be signing this important document, you must understand its ins and outs. You should clarify anything that is ambiguous or requires further explanation to the employer. This is pivotal because contracts are binding;…

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Negotiating Your Salary as a New Optometry Grad

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Job interviews often entail negotiations between the employer and prospective employee. It is understandable if you are a fresh graduate and feel uncomfortable talking about the salary. It is important to understand the job market before going for your first interview. Here are 5 tips to effectively negotiate your salary as a new graduate. 1.    …

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5 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Your Office Manager

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Maintaining a successful optometry practice is just as challenging as building one from the ground up. A capable office manager could prove to be a big help, but only if they’re properly managed. If your optometry practice is riddled with administrative hiccups and daily issues adversely affecting productivity, it’s a sign that you need to work on your…

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Optometry Practice Compensation: How to Do It Right

Managing optometry practice compensation can be quite a daunting task. It involves a careful review and thorough analysis of finances, market salary, individual employee performance, overall business costs, and more. As is with most businesses, compensation is one of the major expenses of all optometry practices. Unfortunately, many optometrists have a hard time managing their…

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What to Know Before You Refer Someone for a Job

What to Know Before You Refer Someone for a Job If you are an employer or have landed a good job in a great organization, rest assured that you will be getting quite a few requests for job referrals. It can be anyone from among your friends and family to an employee who recently left…

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Top 5 Secrets to Writing A Powerful Job Post

Top 5 Secrets to Writing a Powerful Job Post If you are tired of inviting the wrong traffic (unqualified or non-relevant candidates) or are upset about receiving no traffic at all on your recent job posting, chances are your job post is not well written to attract the right attention. While following a set job…

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