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Forms: Personnel management
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Employee signature form

January 8, 2008

Form asking employees to acknowledge that they understand the hospital manual and their at-will status

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

A literal piece of the pie

January 7, 2008

Use this PDF of paper pies to track ideas that team members submit to improve efficiency, save money, or boost service.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Sample hospital policy wording

January 7, 2008

Employee manual wording for introductory employment periods and discplinary procedures

Source: FIRSTLINE

Reasons to smile list

January 1, 2008

Use this form to create your own list of reasons to smile. Then share your top answers with us.

Source: FIRSTLINE

What would you do?

November 29, 2007

Read these true stories of client service disasters, then use the discussion guide to talk about how you'd handle these situations at your next staff meeting.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Practice principles card

November 29, 2007

What does your practice value? Read this sample practice principles card, then write your own standards of service to keep your values and creed top-of-mind when you're talking with clients.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Employee motivation inventory

October 1, 2007

Learn what makes team members tick with this form.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Sample organizational chart

July 31, 2007

Communication is part of being a great employee. This means you need to know who to talk to when you have a problem. Consider this example.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Employee safety training checklist: Reception and inprocessing

July 2, 2007

Customize and print this handy checklist of what a new receptionist needs to learn and when.

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