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What to do when veterinary drug theft is slipping past your check system
Even with safeguards in place, inventory can go missing. Mark Opperman, CVPM, shares what to do in such a situation.
Articles on the ProSal compensation formula
Squashing ProSal myths
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - March 1, 2010
Learn how ProSal's mix of base salary and production percentage works for associates.
Q&A: Questions on compensation
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - September 1, 2008
How to deal with difficult salary issues.
Figuring out fair ProSal compensation
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - July 1, 2008
Q. I've been at my first job for just over a year. I earn a base salary plus production and benefits. What percentage of my revenue is fair compensation?
Starting an associate on ProSal
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - January 1, 2008
Q. My associate earns 22.5 percent of her total production. Of that, about 17 percent is wages and the remainder is fringe benefits. She also receives a bonus. How can I switch her to ProSal without giving away the farm?
Audio from Mark Opperman
Audio tip: Get back to basics
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - February 2, 2009
Mark Opperman explains why you need to review the success of your reminders system.
Audio tip: Don't discount services
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - January 6, 2009
Mark Opperman explains why you shouldn't discount your veterinary services.
Audio tip: Show clients the value
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - December 2, 2008
Make sure clients understand the quality of the services you provide. Mark Opperman explains how.
Video from Mark Opperman
Get a grip on veterinary support staff costs
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - February 13, 2014
It pays to keep an eye on this aspect of practice finances.
Wild horses and ailing dogs in the dvm360 Five
dvm360 - October 21, 2013
Updates on veterinary news, practice management, architecture and surgery—all in one stop
Deliver five-star veterinary service with these tips
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - October 19, 2013
Surpass so-so and clinch clients.
More articles by Mark Opperman
What to do when veterinary drug theft is slipping past your check system
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - March 26, 2014
Even with safeguards in place, inventory can go missing. Mark Opperman, CVPM, shares what to do in such a situation.
New Year's veterinary practice checklist: 7 things to do right now
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - January 7, 2014
Take care of these critical items in January 2014 to reap the rewards all year in practice success, team morale and better medicine at your veterinary hospital.
Why client reviews matter at your veterinary practice
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - January 1, 2014
Learn how one bad apple can spoil your clinic's business.
Take control of your veterinary practice's online reputation
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - January 1, 2014
Got a negative review? You can still survive and thrive in the veterinary world by following these simple steps.
4 questions to find—and cultivate—the perfect "10" veterinary team member
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - December 2, 2013
Attract the right candidates for your veterinary team, then hire and train them properly to guarantee success for them and your practice.
Proceedings papers by Mark Opperman
Team members behaving badly (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS - August 1, 2009
How would you deal with the following HR situations in your practice?
Updating your employee manual (Proceedings)
CVC IN BALTIMORE PROCEEDINGS - April 1, 2009
An employee handbook provides guidelines for employees including rules of the practice, employee conduct, safety information and benefits offered.
Motivation and delegation – Keys to your personal success (Proceedings)
CVC IN BALTIMORE PROCEEDINGS - April 1, 2009
What is motivation?
How to practice smarter not harder! Enhancing your operational efficiency (Proceedings)
CVC IN BALTIMORE PROCEEDINGS - April 1, 2009
Goal planning enables you to set a course of action to achieve goals and reach your objectives.
What's new in HR (Proceedings)
CVC IN BALTIMORE PROCEEDINGS - April 1, 2009
Electronic Verification (E-Verify) voluntary program run by the Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration to help certify that employees hired by companies are legally authorized to work in the United States.

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