Company doctor


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Company doctor

An executive, usually appointed from outside, brought in to turn a company around and make it profitable.

Company Doctor

An executive who is well-regarded for managing a distressed business back to financial health. A company may hire a company doctor from outside as a CEO or as some other officer if it is in danger of bankruptcy.
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30am - while Gregson, 37, who plays Steve McDonald, was sent home by the company doctor just a few hours later.
At the risk of blatant sexual stereotyping, company directors in difficulty are about as likely to consult a company doctor as most men are to consult their real doctors.
My mother wants me to get a check-up with the company doctor anyway.
Its a very unusual business, it's not a business with any structural problems, you don't need a company doctor you need an industry man and (Hussey's) an industry man," he added.
In straightforward style, the author addresses: company planning for healthcare and involving employees in the planning, the myth of the company doctor, cost savings and cost avoidance, assumptions and drivers for a dependable return on investment, medical records, political and functional barriers, and the future of on-site services and the on-site industry.
Moments after they had inserte= d the man with a respiration aid, a second ambulance from the private Nazar= eth rescue service Hatzala arrived at the scene with a company doctor.
I was unfortunate enough to catch dengue fever and was given an injection and tablets by our shipping company doctor.
Company doctor Bryan Jackson, who is looking for a buyer for the Birmingham branch of collapsed fashion retailer USC, says he expects more chains to join the likes of USC, MFI, Zavvi, Adams, Woolworths et al.
COMPANY doctor is probably not the best description of David Parrish.
The company doctor, whose license had previously been suspended for poor records-keeping, over-prescription of medication, and sexual misconduct with a patient, (and whose sign in his front office warned that he had no malpractice coverage), concluded that the hernia was not work-related.
Lewis' big birthday bash came courtesy of dad Steve, whose Wrexham-based home improvement and maintenance company Doctor Property sponsored the match ball.