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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

A good boss lets bad eggs go

January 1, 2008

You show consistency as a boss and respect for your top employees when you terminate someone who needs to go.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Communicate first, discipline second

November 1, 2007

As various associations adopt guidelines or standards of care for the practice of veterinary medicine, a concern exists that they will be interpreted as current standards of practice by state regulatory boards and the attorneys general who represent them before they have been accepted by the masses.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Employee warning notice

October 1, 2006

Use this form to document verbal warnings when you're disciplining employees.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Gaining disciplinary authority

February 1, 2006

I'm a manager, but the doctor won't give me the authority to discipline employees when necessary. What do I do?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Take action with a warning notice

January 1, 2006

Take these steps to document poor performance.

Source: DVM Training Room

Create a plan for employee discipline

July 1, 2004

Several years ago I attended a seminar entitled "Employee Discipline and Performance Mistakes." Afterwards, I wrote up a simple, step-by-step plan for dealing with common employee discipline problems, like tardiness, not following the dress code or standards of conduct, failing to compete tasks or checklists.

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