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Articles by Sheila Grosdidier, BS, RVT

Sheila Grosdidier, BS, RVT


Sheila Grosdidier, RVT, is a Firstline Editorial Advisory board member and a consultant with VMC Inc. in Evergreen, Colo.

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The boss snips away at our pay
January 1, 2014

I'm the office manager of a small hospital, and I found out the practice owner had our payroll clerk deduct an hour of pay for our staff members for a lunch and learn. She also makes us carry overtime to the next pay period because she refuses to pay overtime. What can I do?

The veterinary practice manager behind the mask
July 1, 2013

Your terrible, horrible, no-good manager may not be as bad as you think. Consider these eight secrets that help explain why they do the seemingly crazy things they do.

Veterinary background checks: Look back to get ahead
January 1, 2012

Dig up the dirt on yourself before your future boss does.

12 ways to manage your manager
September 1, 2011

Tired of being stepped on at work? It's time to stand tall and get on top of your career by improving your communication skills.

5 facts about employee rights
June 1, 2010

Many team members blindly stumble through issues of breaks, overtime pay, and family leave. Find out whether your practice gives you enough—or whether you expect too much.

Your employee rights were violated. Now what?
June 1, 2010

Protect yourself and preserve a strong working relationship with these three tips.

Should your practice install video surveillance?
September 1, 2009

Managers: Consider state laws, as well as employee response, to make sure the practice and its team are equally protected by video surveillance.

Video surveillance: Who's watching you?
September 1, 2009

More and more practices are using video surveillance. Here's what you need to know about being filmed at work.

Do this today to avoid burnout tomorrow
July 17, 2009

You care for pets, but not yourself. Change that with help from this video by Sheila Grosdidier.

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