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Managing Smart
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys

November 1, 2006

You get what you pay for, so it should be no surprise that paying peanuts yields less-qualified, more-likely-to-be-unhappy employees—and high turnover.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Keep the lines open

November 1, 2006

Q: How many incoming phone lines does my practice need for each veterinarian?

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Use your voicemail

November 1, 2006

Five pluses to to using your voicemail to get the right messages to the right people in a timely manner.

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Ready set grow!

October 1, 2006

You're stoked about offering your clients new services and products. But your team's response is underwhelming. Here's how to get started and get your team onboard.

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Service that goes above and beyond

October 1, 2006

This veterinarian's passion for practice—and helicopters—lets him fill a unique niche.

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Walk the line

October 1, 2006

Should we offer walk-in appointments?

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Team building

October 1, 2006

15 tools and tips to take your team from good to great.

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Prepare clients for the unexpected

September 1, 2006

Countless companion animals suffered during last year's hurricane season and many lost their lives because of a lack of planning. Help your clients think ahead about emergencies.

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Toxic team

September 1, 2006

Lately, when I get to the clinic, I can hardly wait to leave. The clients are great, but there's a lot of negativity among the team members. What can I do?

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