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Managers: Consider multitasking ability when hiring

September 21, 2010

A new tool may help tell which team members are best suited for your veterinary practice.

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BreedQuiz: Do you know these noses?

September 16, 2010

Can you tell the pedigree based off the nose? Test yourself with these five snouts.

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Dogs in the workplace boost morale, study says

September 9, 2010

Whether they're patients or team members' pets, the dogs in your veterinary clinic might just make you a happier person.

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Spouse in the dog house; dog in the bed

September 7, 2010

Study shows dogs pick up slack where mates lack.

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Q&A: Making sense of mandatory meetings

September 1, 2010

Our monthly meetings are mandatory, and people's days off and time working are being docked. Is this legal?

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Top 10 ways to make your boss hate you

September 1, 2010

Watch Shawn McVey explain how to get on your manager's bad side.

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3 ways to spice up your staff meetings

September 1, 2010

Team members nodding off during your staff meetings? Keep them involved with interesting activities.

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How to talk to someone you can't stand

September 1, 2010

Patients depend on your lines of communication with co-workers, so keep them open. Here's how.

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Earn a humane leadership bachelor's degree online

August 24, 2010

Online program offers veterinary team members bachelor's degree in animal advocacy and shelter management.

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