Katchin' A Few Zzzs
This is a little long sorry.
I work for a very busy solo practitioner podiatrist as the Office Manager in central Ohio. The doc has been in business for almost 35 years. There are 3 employees including myself so I look over 2 employees. However one employee is the docs wife and she does the billing.
Anyway my duties include:
Assisting is minor in office surgery
Documenting medical history in electronic medical records
Taking x rays
Maintaining medical equipment x ray machine and film prosesser
Whatever else doc asks me to do in the office
I'm 23 no kids 3 dogs :)
I currently make an annual salary of $19,680
I have been there for 3 going on 4 years
I have only received 1 raise
We get 1 Christmas bonus of $250
My hours are about 30-35 a week with paid time off
I am worried about asking for a raise because we are preparing to move the office, and overhead will almost double or more.
I may be selling myself short in saying that I don't do enough in the office to merit a raise but my husband doesn't even have a high school diploma and he is almost making $25,000/year only been on the job 1 year. (His is a bit more physical than my office job lol)
Someone please give me some insight about this. Is now a good time to ask for a raise starting Jan 1? Keeping in mind that my hours don't reflect full time status.
Thanks a bunch!5 AnswersHealth Care6 years ago
My boyfriend has an older (late 90's) Pearson Spoiler. It is really bare bones, no frills. He didn't get a deer with it last year, it also was his first year with a bow. He went to the archery range the other day and he told me that all the other shooters had really nice newer bows, and was convinced that his bow was no good. It is larger and heavier than the newer ones, but I think he should invest in some parts to enhance the bow then to toss it aside and drop $200-$300 that we really don't have on a new one. He also doesn't practice much because arrows are kind of expensive. I want him to keep this bow since he is novice, and we are poor.
Are Pearson's still good to use?
What kind of mods can he do to make this bow more accurate and quiet?
Where can he get the parts/mods for this older bow?
Can this bow be wrapped in a more modern camo pattern?
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Can I use the same vent for a wood burner as my current heater?
Would I have to change the wall covering to prevent heat damage?
Do I need any special permission/permits to do this?
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