Following her 2016 graduation from the New England College of Optometry, Alina Reznik, OD, FAAO, was searching for something new.
"It's so important to make sure our employees feel appreciated!" shared a recent Women In Optometry Pop-Up Poll participant, and the overwhelming majority of respondents seem to feel the same.
Most ODs say that they have guidelines in place for employee firing, according to the results of a recent Women In Optometry Pop-up Poll.
Nearly all of the respondents (90 percent) to a recent Women In Optometry Pop-up Poll said that they believe that they have a point of differentiation in their practices.
Fifty-eight percent of participants of a recent Women In Optometry Pop-up Poll said that their office team rely on its own sense of style and understanding of their market when it comes to making frame purchases.
At least half of the respondents to a recent Women In Optometry Pop-up Poll stated that they had experienced an income gap at some point throughout their career.
During her cornea and contact lens management residency at Illinois College of Optometry, Zanna Kruoch, OD, FAAO, Dipl., says that she began reconsidering her career plans to pursue private practice.