Video: Work and family--the great balancing act

Video: Work and family--the great balancing act

Communication is essential to keep things running smoothly.
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Apr 30, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Are you one of those busy people whose life seems to be moving at hyperspeed? Does it sometimes seem impossible to juggle all of your responsibilities? It can be done with the correct approach. Relief veterinarian Micaela Shaughnessy explains that clear communication is key to balancing work and family commitments.

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