Katie Adams, CVPM
One manager needs to know whats required in her veterinary practice safety plan, especially with her regions biggest risk of natural disaster.
When a veterinary team member messes up left and right, but is still looked upon through rose-colored glasses by doctors and managers, what can be done?
What do I do with a veterinary technician undermining her coworkers?
Yes. Youre helping the veterinary hospital by getting rid of the toxic team member who brings down the whole veterinary team and sucks the air out of the room.
In a change this large, communication and feedback are key to keep everyone on the veterinary team feeling comfortable, says Katie Adams, CVPM.
Hes a great team member at the veterinary hospital, but occasional body odor could become a problem. I say dont be afraid to talk about it directly, privately and kindly.