Leadership Elective 1: Learn Your Way Around a Contract Negotiation

Faculty: Janell Gaudin, Esq
Janell is a healthcare and business attorney with a private practice in New Orleans.  She represents many women in the healthcare realm, including physicians, therapists, nurses, and artists. In addition to individual client advocacy, Janell has been the chief operating officer of a large healthcare organization. She specializes in contract negotiation, business development and regulatory compliance planning for healthcare organizations.
From your first job to your last, if you are employed by an institution, clinic, or organization, you will have to sign an employment contract. Gain the advantage by knowing your way around a contract, what to ask for, and how to negotiate to assure you are protected.

Course Goals:

  1. Identify the main employment issues that often arise for women physicians in the workplace
  2. Gain a basic understanding of how contract negotiations work and how to put a contract in place to protect you in these areas.
  3. Provide guidance on how to proceed in whatever phase of contract negotiation you are in to facilitate growth and forward career movement.

Course Outline: Janell will discuss how to approach contract negotiation and review hot button issues that affect women physicians most when facing a new contract including gender pay gap, ancillary benefits, non-compete and termination clauses, on-call provisions, benefits, termination clauses and other important issues to contract around (ie, support staff).

Course Details

Elective 101:02:00
Elective 1: Learn Your Way Around a Contract Negotiation 01:02:00
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