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Teamwork and communication

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FIRSTLINE: Feb 20, 2018
Compensation can take many forms. To gain a clearer understanding of compensation in the veterinary industry, Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) asked its members to detail practice procedures for compensating veterinarians.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 15, 2018
Could your veterinary practice’s gossip policy get you in hot water with the National Labor Relations Board? Maybe.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 14, 2018
Collaboration will ensure smooth implementation—and you'll pick up important information.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 13, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Check out this advice for how to respond to pet owners who say they can't pay for their pet's veterinary care.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 13, 2018
Here's guidance on how to speak up if you experience sexual harassment, ickiness, creepiness or anything else that makes you uncomfortable in your veterinary workplace.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 12, 2018
When you're evaluating the quality of a veterinary patient's diet, consider these warning signs.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 09, 2018
Forward booking while veterinary clients and patients are still in the exam room is far more likely to land you that next appointment than wooing with emails, text messages and phone calls.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 08, 2018
Dealing with a pack mentality is not what I signed up for when I entered the veterinary technology profession.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 08, 2018
Schooling and book learning didn't prepare me for the emotional, communication and management headaches that come with the harried job of the veterinary hospital manager. Come sympathize with my agonies ... or, better yet, learn faster than I did.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 07, 2018
If you’re burning through veterinary team members, try a new approach to employee orientation—and snuff the fires for good.