10 Potential Time Bombs in Your Employment Contract

Page, L.
Submitted: October, 2015

When you sign an employment contract, you may lose control over your work and, in some cases, forfeit a portion of your future income. A recent Medscape survey[1] showed that 32% of employed physicians felt they’d lost some autonomy after signing their contact, and 44% said their income potential was limited—this despite the perks of not having to run a practice, the guarantee of regular income, and a lack of hassles with insurance companies, among other advantages.

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