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CityVet, the Dallas-based network of 32 veterinary-owned practices, has been Certified by Great Place To Work. According to a company release,1 86% of employees reported it’s a great place to work, which is 29 points higher than the average US company.
"Great Place To Work Certification is a highly coveted achievement that requires consistent and intentional dedication to the overall employee experience," stated Sarah Lewis-Kulin, the vice president of global recognition at Great Place To Work.1 “By successfully earning this recognition, it is evident that CityVet stands out as one of the top companies to work for, providing a great workplace environment for its employees."
“We are honored and humbled to earn the Great Place To Work certification as we are committed to creating an inclusive workplace culture for our staff, veterinarians, and clinic operations,” expressed CityVet CEO David Boguslawski.1 “Our team’s unwavering dedication to providing best-in-class care to our clients and their beloved pets is a cornerstone of our success here at CityVet.”
“Our business model is to empower our owner veterinarians to focus on great medicine and leading teams, while we provide best in class support and infrastructure for each DVM’s back of house operations,” he added. “At the home office, we believe that we work for our clinic teams and veterinarians, not the other way around like many companies. This support and core belief has enabled us to consistent maintain veterinary retention over 90%. We are also one of the only non-private practices that is vet founded, owned, and led.”
According to Glassdoor, 88% of employees would recommend working at CityVet to a friend and the company is rated 4.4 out of 5 stars.2
Great Place To Work research has revealed that job seekers are 4.5 times more likely to find a great boss at a Certified Great Place To Work workplace. What's more, employees at certified workplaces are 93% more likely to look forward to going into work, and are twice as likely to be paid fairly, earn a fair share of the company’s profits, and have a fair chance at promotion.3