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Doctor pay
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Starting an associate on ProSal

January 1, 2008

Q. My associate earns 22.5 percent of her total production. Of that, about 17 percent is wages and the remainder is fringe benefits. She also receives a bonus. How can I switch her to ProSal without giving away the farm?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Rewarding longevity

September 1, 2007

My associate is receiving about $90,000 a year in compensation. She has requested a salary of $100,000 because she's been with me for eight years and she says her longevity is worth something. Is there a formula for a longevity bonus?

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Colorado surveys employee compensation

August 1, 2007

Denver — The Colorado Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) wants to know what practice-owning members are paying their employees.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

By the numbers: Getting to know the next generation of leaders

August 1, 2007

A look at associates' debt, purchasing power, interest in ownership, and more.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Paying for associate CE

April 1, 2007

Q. I know we need to pay team members when they attend required training meetings. But what's the legal standard for paying associate veterinarians their salary to attend CE meetings? Where does the practice's responsibility end and the doctor's responsibility to maintain her license begin?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Weekend work

February 1, 2007

I already work a few Saturdays a month and now my boss wants more!

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Associate pay: adjusting for experience

October 1, 2006

Reward associates for their knowledge, education, time, and experience level.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Mobile compensation

October 1, 2006

How much should I compensate a mobile veterinarian who wants to perform surgeries and dentals at my clinic? She'd conduct the procedures but use my clinic's equipment, staff, and drugs for her clientele.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Sticky salary situation

September 1, 2006

I've been with the same clinic for seven years. There's a lot of turnover, and my boss hires new graduates. Depending on my day, I'm stuck playing teacher with up to three new veterinarians. My boss isn't around much and says I'm not pulling my weight given what I'm being paid. How can I explain the situation to him?

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