BizQuiz: Are you educating your veterinary team?

BizQuiz: Are you educating your veterinary team?

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Aug 04, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

If on-the-job training is the only CE you offer, your veterinary practice is behind the times. Team members who receive CE enjoy coming to work because they learn and grow every day. These happy, educated employees are better able to inform clients because they’re offering consistent messages. Do your employees enjoy an educational environment?

Find out by answering these questions, all based on data from Benchmarks 2008: A Study of Well-Managed Practices. You'll learn along the way about ways to bring more CE into your practice—and reap the benefits of a more motivated, better-educated team.

>> Click here to take the quiz

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