The issue of compensation models comes up ALL THE TIME in my consulting and mastermind groups.
We talk a lot about hiring clinicians to help expand your testing services, but what about hiring a therapist?
Hiring has been hard lately, y’all! I’ve heard from so many practice owners around the country that they’re having difficulty finding licensed clinicians in particular.
This sixth episode in the series is all about hiring and training support staff. What better time to delegate some tasks and free up time than the new year?
Continuing with the theme of hiring, today I’m talking about interviewing tips. Let’s say that you’ve found a few good candidates – now you have to figure out if they’re actually a good fit for your practice!
In my mastermind groups and individual consulting sessions, I get a lot of questions about hiring. Many folks are interested in expanding but are unsure of how to do it, which makes sense because it can definitely be an overwhelming process.
Anybody else having a hard time finding clinicians? In my talks with other practice owners around the country, it seems like EVERYONE is struggling to hire. There are many reasons that I believe this is happening, but what it means for us as practice owners is that we have to do more to set ourselves apart from the other employment options out there.