Video: What to do if the promotion doesn't work out

Video: What to do if the promotion doesn't work out

Promoting from within isn't always successful.
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Apr 01, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Promoting from within your veterinary clinic is a great way to reward an employee for a job well done and bolster your staff with a known and trusted party. But what if the promotion simply doesn't work out—for the management team or the person being promoted? Monica Dixon Perry, CVPM, addresses how to approach this scenario.

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