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Use a team effort to increase recycling efforts

July 1, 2010

Use a team effort to increase recycling efforts

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Your complete guide to managing internal conflict

June 10, 2010

Use these strategies and tools to improve co-worker relations—and your practice.

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Inspire and motivate your team

June 1, 2010

Team members say these three things will pick up productivity and excite enthusiasm.

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Ask Shawn: Problems with the practice owner's wife

June 1, 2010

I'm a practice manager having trouble with an employee. She's lazy and unprofessional, and does almost none of the duties she's expected to handle. The problem: She's the practice owner's wife. When I approach him about it, he just says, "She's the boss." What else can I do?

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Start sucking up: Why flattery works

May 18, 2010

Even if they know your motives aren't sincere, co-workers and clients might still appreciate your compliments.

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Ask your boss to give you a break

May 1, 2010

I work long hours as a veterinary technician and rarely receive breaks during my shifts. Don't laws require that I get a few short rests?

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Dog biting incident shoves DVM into media spotlight

April 1, 2010

Lafayette, Colo. — Sometimes controversy comes in small packages.

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What equipment can do for you and your practice

April 1, 2010

Using a new piece of equipment for the first time is like playing with a new toy. But the technology is more than just fun and games—here's how it can help you, your patients, and your practice.

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Ask Amy: I need more direction at work

March 1, 2010

At my practice, I do everything from cleaning to scheduling appointments and more. But I don't know what's really expected of me and I need more training. The veterinarian is so busy that she doesn't have time to answer my questions. What can I do?

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