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Thread: Experienced staff VS Not experienced

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    Default Re: Experienced staff VS Not experienced

    There are experienced staff who tend to get lazy and more carried away. On the other hand, fresh employees can be more driven to learn. Also, hiring inexperienced employees can be cheaper than experienced ones. Also, some experienced staff tends to stagnate. Meanwhile, new employees have more room to grow.

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    Default Re: Experienced staff VS Not experienced

    Some companies, strangely enough, might want an inexperienced staff on purpose. Can anyone think of some possible jobs where the company delights in training newbies so much that it's the main focus?

    Quote Originally Posted by KloeRinz View Post
    There are experienced staff who tend to get lazy and more carried away. On the other hand, fresh employees can be more driven to learn. Also, hiring inexperienced employees can be cheaper than experienced ones. Also, some experienced staff tends to stagnate. Meanwhile, new employees have more room to grow.
    Well, that's some good points I didn't think of.

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    Default Re: Experienced staff VS Not experienced

    New Graduates, should understand their worth, when taking a position, especially with private practioners. Private Docs have been know to hire experienced PAs for three months to observe how to manage the clinic, release them and hire newbie PAs/physicians to continuethe practice. Don't be lulled into the "ole" loyalty brand of "staying with your doctor to the end" it pays to always understand what you are worth and be on the lookout for being replaced by newly minted physicans. Remember you bring the equivalent skill set as a new licensed MD, always maintain your own self worth and request the proper renumeration.Be loyal to YOURSELF.

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