Navigating your first employment contract

The first steps you take after graduation from Dental School are often filled with much uncertainty.   A common issue that all future dental entrepreneurs face is figuring out their vision for their career.   One factor that can set your vision off course early on is not having appropriate and professional legal help.

Join us for the first edition of The Business Brush-Up to hear from a national authority on legal issues for dental professionals, Ali Oromchian.  In a recent conversation I had with Ali we discussed issues that new dentists face.  During our conversation Ali asked, “What could prevent you from achieving your goals as a dental professional?   Knowing how your first contract works and how you want it to protect and help you is a critical first step.”

This webinar will challenge you to develop your vision for your career and to help guide you in what’s important to you as you make the transition from dental school to private practice, a smoother and more successful one.

5 Tips for Legal Success After Graduation: Your First Employment Contract
Thursday, April 26
Noon – 1 p.m. OR 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Register for either the afternoon or evening session of this webinar, presented by ASDA’s Career Compass and Treloar and Heisel.

We look forward to having you join us on April 26!

~The Team at Treloar & Heisel

This content is sponsored and does not necessarily reflect the views of ASDA.

Treloar & Heisel

Treloar & Heisel is a financial services provider to dental and medical professionals across the country. We assist thousands of clients from residency to practice and through retirement with a comprehensive suite of financial services, custom-tailored advice, and a strong national network focused on delivering the highest level of service.

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  1. I highly recommend having a good employment lawyer review any contract you sign. Whenever a future employer tells you that the contract is standard, non negotiable, or that you don’t need your own lawyer to review it, you should be skeptical. As a student it may seem like a pricey expense, but a little money now will save you down the road. Congrats to all the new graduates!

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