March 23, 2021

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Build protections against potential employment lawsuits for your practice by documenting employee performance and behavioral issues as they arise.

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Just like when documenting corrective actions, you’ll want to build a record of your and your employees’ reasons for separating from your practice when they go. Download your Free Exit Packet from CEDR and find a Voluntary Resignation and Exit Interview Forms inside! 

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