Archive for March, 2014
Pharmacy point of sale software and pharmacy training and licensing can mean the difference between life and death — and for one little girl, it did. Emily Jerry, age 2, died from an overdose of sodium chloride in a chemotherapy bag. “My beautiful Emily’s death was senseless and preventable,” her father, Chris Jerry, writes on the foundation website he created in her honor. What’s Emily’s story, and what can pharmacies do to avoid future tragedies?
The Story of Emily Jerry’s Tragic Death
Doctors diagnosed Emily with cancer when she was just one and half years old. “The tumor was the size of a grapefruit inside her tiny little abdomen,” Jerry writes. Even so, jus
Sales team turnover is high in the U.S. business marketplace, and nearly a third of all sales people have been in their current position for less than a year. So in addition placing an emphasis on hiring a sales rep who will be a good fit, employers also need to find ways to keep their current teams motivated. Without doing so, turnover could get even higher and businesses will struggle to grow. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to do that.
It would be a mistake to ignore the obvious idea of paying successful workers more money or providing financial incentives since top earners are always more attracted to the best paying sales jobs. Making a position financially viable might be the best way to