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Hiring and firing
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Hiring a manager for your veterinary practice

June 1, 2013

Fritz Wood explains the right time to hire your first practice manager.

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Finding a fill-in veterinarian

April 1, 2013

Dr. Jim Kramer offers suggestions for picking the right relief veterinarian.

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Hiring the best candidate for the job

December 11, 2012

It can be too easy to hire who you like personally instead of the person who's most qualified for the job.

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Specialty veterinary referral group recognized by Inc. Magazine

December 3, 2012

BluePearl Veterinary Partners among top 100 companies noted for job creation.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Job interviews are a two-way street

November 1, 2012

While you're judging job applicants, they're judging you and your veterinary practice.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Confidence and incompetence: How they affect a veterinary team

September 25, 2012

Why incompetent people are so often promoted over their veterinary peers.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Veterinary culture clash: Are you caring for man's best amigo?

August 1, 2012

For one in four veterinarians across the country, clients who don't speak English are increasingly common. Here's how two practices tried to bridge the language barrier.

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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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What's in store for the next generation?

July 1, 2012

As our pet and human populations grow, so will the demand for veterinarians in the fields of companion animal health, food and animal safety, disease control, and public health.

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