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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Your practice's most wanted

August 1, 2010

You may trust your employees, but are you certain there are no thieves among your staff? Here's a look at how veterinary practices are dealing with theft—and the warning signs you should look for.

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Employee code of honor: Building teamwork (Proceedings)

August 1, 2010

Why Create a Code of Honor?

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4 ways to ward off fraud at your veterinary practice

July 19, 2010

Protect your veterinary practice from employee embezzlement, forgery, robbery, and more.

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Entitled employees experience more job frustration

July 14, 2010

Veterinary team members who feel superior to others at work are more likely to lash out at their coworkers and engage in other abusive behaviors.

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Q&A: Staff smoke breaks

May 1, 2010

How do I structure breaks in a way fair to smokers and nonsmokers?

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Fraud: The enemy within (your practice)

April 13, 2010

Fraud and embezzlement can happen to you. Read about a college panel discussion on the topic, then discuss on dvm360.com.

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Survey: Office romance is OK, but save the drama for your mama

February 23, 2010

Managers need to step in when employee romances hurt job performance and the work environment.

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Q&A: Taming team member tardiness

February 12, 2010

Short of termination, how can I discipline a team member who is habitually late for her shift?

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Get a grip on employee carelessness

December 1, 2009

What to do when team members fail to take care of equipment.

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