Seventy-five percent of employees have stolen from their employer at least once, according to the US Chamber of Commerce. And sadly, veterinary staff are no exception—in a 2010 AAHA survey of AAHA-accredited practices, 86% of respondents reported that employees had stolen from the business.
“We’re not a profession that does a good job at rapid change, but almost overnight we completely changed how we practice medicine.”
Veterinary teams adopted an emergency mindset when the pandemic first hit. But we’re in the “new normal” now—and teams may need to adjust clients’ expectations.
Letting your receptionists know you appreciate them is a great way to start. And now is the perfect time to do it...
The past year has been called the “Great Resignation.” People are quitting their jobs, often with no new ones in sight. Here's how to keep it happening to your staff.
While you’re planning out your next few months, be sure to include a few days out of the office to attend Connexity ® —AAHA’s annual conference where we can all get together and Create a Better World .
Veterinary Visionaries w ants you to help answer the tough question: How do we get people who fell out of love with vet med to fall back in love—and stay? Record a quick video and help change our world.
As 2019 draws to a close and we look back over the year that was, NEWStat put together a list of the most popular news stories we published over the last 12 months.