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From Andy Roark: 6 tips for leaving your job

August 16, 2012

A smile (vs. a snarl) goes a long way toward keeping the bridges intact throughout your veterinary career.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The truth behind veterinary associates' restrictive covenants

August 1, 2012

Does the word "contract" send shivers down your spine? Are your palms sweating just thinking about noncompete clauses and restrictive covenants? Let us ease your fears and set the record straight on what's legal.

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Practice ownership: What's keeping out associates?

August 1, 2012

Many associate veterinarians are committed to owning a practice one day, but others are still on the fence. Our experts break down the reasons behind the reluctance.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

When does a veterinary associate's restrictive covenant go too far?

August 1, 2012

I'm worried my restrictive covenant is too tight. Is it legal?

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Tips to take on veterinary practice ownership

August 1, 2012

Before you assume the role of practice owner, take note of these tips.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

New and improved client handout section on dvm360.com

July 11, 2012

We've changed things up a bit to make our veterinary client handouts easier to find and use.

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Resources: Veterinary clinical disaster preparedness

June 1, 2012

Links to websites asking for disaster help from veterinarians.

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Not all noncompete agreements are created equal

June 1, 2012

Neither new graduates nor boarded specialists should suffer with boilerplate contract language.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Extinguish negative veterinary practice reviews

June 1, 2012

Burned by scathing Internet comments? Posting a response may actually help you gain veterinary clients—if you take the right approach.

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