Team handout: What to do when there's nothing to do

Team handout: What to do when there's nothing to do

Share this handout with your team and cure staff boredom forever.
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Jan 10, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

The key to solving veterinary team member boredom is planning ahead, says Brian Conrad, CVPM, practice manager for Meadow Hills Veterinary Center in Kennewick, Wash. “Staff members will tell me they’re bored when I’m up to my eyeballs in finance reports,” Conrad says. “Sometimes it’s hard for me to stop working and find them a project right away.” So he’s created a list of ways to tackle clinic boredom.

Click here to download the handout and keep your team on their toes.

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