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Human Resources Manual for Medical Practices

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CAP’s FREE Human Resources Manual for Medical Practices includes the latest labor laws and full spectrum of HR policies and procedures to help you reduce the chances of employment-related lawsuits, retain top-notch staff, and increase administrative productivity.

The latest Human Resources Manual for Medical Practices, which features separate Employee and Manager’s Handbooks, is now easier than ever to customize for your practice!

The Employee Handbook includes:

  • California laws on leaves of absence, breaks, and time off
  • Policies regarding wages, timekeeping, and employee classification
  • Expectations for attendance, punctuality, and work assignments
  • Policies for social media, communications, technology, and HIPAA
  • And so much more

The Manager’s Handbook includes:

  • Extensive lists of forms and templates for employee hiring, performance, and termination
  • Guidance for hiring, goal setting, and monitoring
  • Information on compensation
  • Recommendations for proper onboarding
  • And much more

As a leading provider of medical malpractice coverage in California, the Cooperative of American Physicians (CAP) always focuses on the longstanding and emerging challenges and opportunities that doctors face. This free HR Manual provides helpful HR policies and procedures to help medical practices remain compliant, set clear expectations among employees, and foster a positive professional environment.

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The Mutual Protection Trust (MPT) is authorized under Section 1280.7 of the California Insurance Code as an unincorporated interindemnity arrangement among physician members of the Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. (CAP). Members do not pay insurance premiums. Instead, they pay assessments, based on risk classifications, for the amount necessary to pay claims and administrative costs. No assurance can be given as to the amount or frequency of assessments. Members also make an Initial Trust Deposit, which is refundable according to the terms of the MPT Agreement. ©2023