Hiring and firing | Veterinary Economics

Hiring and firing

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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Nov 08, 2018
This practice owner and Get Sh*t Done conference speaker counseled colleagues to wait for a bit after being away for a conference before terminating a problem employee.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Sep 13, 2018
Poorly written agreements are all too common, so a well-devised contract is cause for celebration. Before you sign your name on the dotted line (or ask someone else to do so), consider these exceptional provisions benefitting both the associate and the practice.
FIRSTLINE: Aug 18, 2018
Is your practice mascot a two-headed monster or a friendly clinic cat? Fetch dvm360 conference speaker Ori Scislowicz offers tools and advice to transform your team.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jul 20, 2018
It’s never a bad time to have an extra set of hands, but here’s some guidance on when adding a veterinary practice manager makes the most practical and financial sense.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 13, 2018
You think you can do lots of things at once (or your boss thinks you can). But is multitasking in veterinary practice always the right choice? And is hiring people who think they can do five things at once really helping you in the long run?
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 05, 2018
When veterinary team members are shirking their duties and there isn’t exactly a line of applicants willing to replace them, what are you to do? Our practice management expert Katie Adams, CVPM, has answers.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 04, 2018
An employee survey’s value far outweighs the difficult subjects it can bring up, says this experienced veterinary practice manager.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 29, 2018
Before the day starts, on the way to every visit, and wowing horse owners: The equine veterinary technician is a must-have passenger (or driver) for great mobile equine practice today.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jun 20, 2018
Before looking outward and lamenting a tight job market, look inward at your work as a practice owner, the reputation of your practice and what you’re offering. Do the work, and the applicants will follow …
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: May 19, 2018
Veterinary managers: Sometime you'll have to terminate an employee (if you haven't already). Do it in a professional, respectful way.
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FIRSTLINE: May 15, 2018
Our resident veterinary practice management expert Katie Adams, CVPM, counsels a new practice owner on how to handle an overpaid and ineffective employee.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: May 15, 2018
Write these down, stick to them and watch your dream veterinary team come together.
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FIRSTLINE: Mar 20, 2018
Let's face it: You want potential employees to swipe right. Here's how to make your veterinary clinic more attractive when it comes to hiring and orientation.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 08, 2018
Dealing with a pack mentality is not what I signed up for when I entered the veterinary technology profession.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 07, 2018
If you’re burning through veterinary team members, try a new approach to employee orientation—and snuff the fires for good.