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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Protect your staff, DVMs advise

December 1, 2002

Private practitioners contacted by DVM Newsmagazine say that conflict in many cases is about money.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Scouting quality candidates is an artform

January 1, 2002

How to hire without all the headaches

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Easing the pain

January 1, 2002

How does your staff handle client grief?

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CSU gets serious about training

January 1, 2002

Fort Collins, Colo.-Colorado State University (CSU) has taken an innovative step in handling euthanasia.

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DVMs weigh returns on training investments

January 1, 2002

Gauging training benefits isn't simple task; gut feelings rather than numbers sometimes best tack for measuring outcomes

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Training for a down economy

January 1, 2002

As the world's largest economy faces recession and veterinarians brace for lags in client spending, cutting back on employee training might seem like a sure way to save a buck.

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Special Series: Training

January 1, 2002

Train: To make proficient with specialized instruction and practice.

This DVM Newsmagazine exclusive series on Training includes stories on "How to train your staff to deal with grief-striken clients", "What to look for beforing hiring a person to help ensure employing an individual willing to learn and embrace continuing education", "Ways to retain good employees" and more.

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Surviving an irate client: teach your staff well

December 1, 2001

When a client goes ballistic, veterinarians need their own chaff to avert damage to the practice's reputation and the staff's well-being.

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Training Resources

December 1, 2001

Editor's Note: The following companies and organizations are now offering some form of staff training in a specific area of veterinary medicine. (This is by no means meant to be an inclusive list, but rather a starting point for practices in need of training information.)

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