Training tool: New veterinary employee orientation

Training tool: New veterinary employee orientation

This form is an example of what you might give new hires on their first day at your veterinary practice.
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May 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

Instead of throwing new hires into the clinic with the currently overwhelmed staff, gently expose them to the new position via a practice orientation program, says Mark Opperman, CVPM. "This program will teach employees about your hospital's policies and procedures and make them feel comfortable in the clinic," he says.

Click here to download a sample form for new employees so they won't miss a thing.

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