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Title Author Type Date Words
American Medical Technologists. Report Jan 1, 2015 505
American Medical Technologists. Aug 1, 2014 2221
Techs do not want to work hard. Frings, Christopher S. Nov 1, 2006 1121
Meet Larry Crolla, scheduling rotation assignments, team spirit between shifts, when to purchase a service contract, and decision making at the highest company level. (Management Q&A). Frings, Christopher S. Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 3591
Back to basics: career challenges for the laboratorian. Byrd, Julie Jun 1, 1998 931
Remapping career paths in a rural laboratory. Halupa, Colleen M. Cover Story Mar 1, 1998 3393
The layoff: it's a business decision. Statland, Bernard E. Jan 1, 1996 3242
Young and in the lab: how to keep new hirees happy. Roseman, Ed Cover Story Nov 1, 1995 2638
Avoid the seven deadly sins of management. Maratea, James M. Column Mar 1, 1993 699
Making criticism work. Roseman, ed Jun 1, 1987 1183
Is your lab closing these gaps in staff potential? Umiker, William O. Mar 1, 1986 1167
When techs ask: 'What else needs to be done?' When a supervisor is too busy to explain, a written outline of extra tasks enables technologists to lend a helping hand. Nass, Janet M. Jun 1, 1985 1707
What does your staff think about you? Barros, Annamarie column Apr 1, 1985 1006
The care and feeding of your staff. Roseman, Ed Jan 1, 1985 1348
Instrument checklist for a group practice lab. Naughton, Gail Jan 1, 1985 1676
Changing directions and roles in the lab. Prospective payment is redefining the activities of medical technologists and others in the laboratory. Martin, Bettina G. Aug 1, 1984 1122
Have you had your six-month proficiency checkup? Spina, Peggy Feb 1, 1984 1219

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