Upon graduation, new doctors looking for employment in the private sector will encounter a situation with which they are not very well familiar or informed about….they will be asked to sign a contract.
Now, many new doctors believe a contract may not be necessary or that it only serves to protect the employer. Nothing could be further from the truth. A contract can and should protect the employee as well as the employer. A signed agreement should be in place prior to any commencement of employment. In fact, we at PTS insist that every physician and doctor should have a signed contract/agreement in place before starting a position. Without one, he or she may have no legal recourse if something were to go awry.
Our representatives have the expertise to prepare and execute contracts that will empower both sides and allow a win/win situation to occur. Also, with our Exclusive Partner Program, our associated attorneys are able to untangle even the most difficult contract issues to make a situation that will be acceptable to all parties.
I couldn’t be happier with the level of knowledge and care I received from Kyle during the whole process of finding the right practice for me from the initial phone call, meeting with the sellers, closing the deal, and post-sale feedback and advice!Dr. Michal Kunkel
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Want to learn more about professional transitions? Or perhaps you are just curious what we have been up to? Visit our blog, Insights, where you can learn more about professional transitions, recent events we have participated in, and stories about our clients and their professional transition.
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Every professional transition is unique its own way. Over the years we encountered a number scenarios, both simple and complex. To illustrate the variety of situations and clients we have worked with, visit our case studies page. You might find something that parallels your needs.
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What do I need to know to have a successful professional transition? Good question. We have written an ebook called Strategies for Transition, which provides a comprehensive guide for those figuring out the next steps for themselves and their practice. Learn more and register to receive your free copy.