All it takes is a quick Google search to figure out what the average wage or salary is for physical therapists in your state. There are many factors that play into this number, and it has a pretty big impact on your business.
Your employees keep your private practice afloat and running smoothly, so you must take notice if there’s a shift in attitude or performance amongst any of those employees.
Recruiting new physical therapists is often a daunting task when running a private practice and treating patients full time. Not only is it time-consuming, but it can be frustrating to interview handfuls of applicants but a struggle to find the right person for the job.
Just like in our “Burned-out PT” blog, it’s not uncommon for your other team members to lose motivation at one point or another. Everyone experiences good days and bad, but it’s important to keep your team spirit and culture positive and uplifting so those bad days don’t stick around.
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When was the last time you gave your employees a raise? How about yourself? If the answer is greater than one year, then your employees may be losing motivation as well as making it more challenging to recruit top talent.