Quick survey: What do you think about your veterinary job?

Quick survey: What do you think about your veterinary job?

Here's a shorter version of an employee survey designed to explore employee morale and job satisfaction.
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Sep 01, 2011


What do you think?
Here's a shorter, slightly different version of an employee survey designed to explore employee morale and job satisfaction. While this tool is certainly not a comprehensive assessment instrument, it can help identify critical issues that you might have overlooked. As with all employee surveys you distribute, allow team members to share their input anonymously with the same assurances that nothing they say will be used against them.

Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member Bob Levoy is the author of 222 Secrets of Hiring, Managing, and Retaining Great Employees in Healthcare Practices (Jones and Bartlett, 2007).

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