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Keep Employees COVID-19 Free: An Employer’s Guide From OSHA

Naturally you care about the health and safety of your employees, and don’t need a federal agency to tell you that you should be concerned. Still, it’s helpful to know what the overall position of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) is on COVID-19. In a recent “alert,” OSHA urged employers to take the following three steps:

  1. Assess the hazards to which workers may be exposed,
  2. Evaluate the risk of exposure, and
  3. Select, implement and ensure workers use controls to prevent exposure.
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Investigate Operations Before Signing an Employment Contract

When considering joining or merging with a medical practice, you need to perform a due diligence investigation into the operations of the practice, as well as the finances.

Much of the due diligence you perform in checking into a practice’s finances will overlap with the operations due diligence. For operations information, it’s important to interview current and former practice employees. It’s not uncommon for many of the policies of a practice to be unwritten. The more aspects of the agreement you understand and can incorporate into a written document, the better. At the very least, you want to know the situation you’re getting into. For example, here are some considerations:

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