The most important components of successful healthcare practice are recruiting and retaining great employees, and having experienced, capable human resources support! We understand how difficult it is to oversee the myriad of HR requirements when you’re trying to take care of patients. The fact is, it’s overwhelming to do both very well without help. And more often than not, your trusted practice manager is also extremely busy managing the patient schedule, ordering supplies, and figuring out how to fill the voids left when a staff member calls in sick. HCR’s seasoned HR professionals developed a support solution targeted specifically to address this gap, and deliver it in a way that is seamless and transparent to your operations…we call it “HR 180”. While we are located in San Antonio, Texas we proudly serve clients throughout the state and our service model ensures that you feel supported. Many other companies offer human resources support, but what makes us unique is our availability, our years of experience as healthcare and HR professionals, and when you call, you reach the same team…every day, every time!
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No! Forbidding employees from discussing the terms and conditions of their employment including salary and benefits, is a violation of federal law under Section 7 of the Nation Labor Relations Act. If this kind of prohibition is written into your Employee Handbook, take it out! Remember, it only takes one unhappy patient or disgruntled employee to invite endless scrutiny to your practice.
No. In the State of Texas, there is no requirement for Lunch Breaks.
“Lunch breaks” are unpaid – defined as 30 minutes or longer for the purpose of eating a meal – employee must be “fully relieved of duties” during the meal break – if employee is answering phones, filing, or otherwise working while eating, the “break” is counted as regular work time.
Yes, you can place an employee on unpaid Suspension while you investigate violations of policy, however, stick to 3 days or less. It becomes Termination in 4 days and they can file for unemployment.