Recruiting in the Veterinary Industry

Whether you’re a DVM or an emergency and speciality clinic with many staff, hiring the most suitable and best employees is, and should be, your top priority. Your success in providing great care to the animals and their owners is directly linked to your ability to...

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Genevieve Kavanagh

A Locum Story Meet Genevieve Kavanagh. It’s been said her second word ever spoken wasn’t even a word at all; it was a meow. With a passion for animals stemming from since she could talk, Genevieve has dedicated herself to the veterinary profession working as a locum...

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How to Negotiate Your Salary

Tips And Tricks For Negotiating In The Veterinary Industry Veterinary services are in huge demand now. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the USA and similar bodies in the UK, Australia and worldwide, opportunities for Veterinarians are set to climb by 19...

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How to Train Staff & Promote Happiness

  The Benefits Of Happiness In The Workplace   Introduction - Part One   The term hit the ground running is used in job descriptions, in interviews, and on the job when referring to learning a new process or procedure fast. The term is often misused as...

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The Importance of Positivity

The Importance of Positivity If anyone understands that life is what you make it, it’s Darci. She quite literally went out and built the life she wanted. She has worked for great leaders and not so great leaders, built three award-winning businesses and let them go...

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Dosimeter Options For Locums

Dosimeter Options for Locums Radiology is an essential diagnostic tool in veterinary medicine and, while the risks of radiation exposure to those operating x-ray equipment are generally low, levels can accumulate over time, potentially leading to irreversible health...

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Making Your Own Path

A Profile On Dr. Duane Landals Having owned and managed a large veterinary practice for 35 years, Dr. Duane Landals has undoubtedly paved an important path in the veterinary industry, but his legacy goes back a long way. Now retired, Dr. Landals was involved in...

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Endless Possibility

The life of a travelling locum Scuba diving in Malaysia, the Philippines, and Egypt are just a handful of memories Wendy Kane has made over the past few years. But in addition to being a scuba diver, Kane is also a veterinary locum, working six months a year and...

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Alternative Ways of Working as an RVT

The Alternate Route People are attracted to the veterinary field because, well, they love animals! But did you know that the veterinary profession also includes endless job opportunities that are available, both in direct animal care and in non-clinical roles? Some...

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