Why you need an employment agreement with your hygienists

July 7, 2017

When it’s time for your practice to hire a new hygienist, one of the first things you’ll need to determine is how they’ll be paid. A professionally written hygienist agreement makes sure both you and your new employee are clear on their compensation structure and terms of employment. It’s a great foundation for a productive working relationship.

Join CEDR’s CEO & Co-founder Paul Edwards, along with Chief Counsel Ali Edwards, as they discuss some important considerations to keep in mind when bringing a new hygienist aboard.

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