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July 31, 2020 Feature Oral Health OfficePractice management

Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Ending the Employment Relationship

by Amber Weber & David Harris, Prosperident

No employment relationship lasts forever. Sometimes, employees leave of their own volition. People find other jobs, retire, or pass away. At other times, the employee is fired because they are incompetent, unmotivated or a thief. There can be sizeable financial

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November 22, 2019 Feature Dental HygieneDental OfficeHygienistsOffice designOffice Management

Good Things Come To Those Who Hustle

by Irene Iancu, BSc, RDH, CDTP

Owning my own practice seemed insurmountable in 2010 when I put together my first business plan. It took me three months to add the lines and numbers into various spreadsheets and when I realized that I didn’t have enough money,

August 29, 2019 Feature Human ResourcesOral Health OfficePractice management

What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You

by Stuart Rudner. Rudner Law

You probably know what happens if you don’t practice good oral hygiene: tooth decay, gingivitis, and even worse. But what about preventative maintenance when it comes to employment law? The simple reality is that most dentists, whether they are the

May 2, 2019 Feature Oral Health OfficePractice management

10 Legal Tips for New Dentists at the RCDSO

by Josh Koziebrocki, LLB, BA

Becoming a dentist can be a challenging process. Once licenced by the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (“RCDSO”), any dentist, regardless of the quality of their work, may become the subject of a formal complaint. Implementing best practices

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January 31, 2019 Feature Dental AssociationsOral Health Office

Advertising, Public Statements and Professionalism in Dentistry

by Josh Koziebrocki, LLB, BA (Hons)

Zuk v. Alberta Dental Association and College Over the past ten years, dentist Dr. Michael Zuk has been involved in legal proceedings with his professional regulator, the Alberta Dental Association and College (ADA&C). Rather than taking issue with the quality