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transcript 038 – Dr Yvonne Clark – Companion Animal Veterinarian | Volunteer Veterinarian | New Zealand – similarities and differences as a veterinarian

15 questions to ask job seekers to determine whether they’ll MESS or MESH with your existing team members

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Generation Z as employees

034 – How to Recruit, Retain and Rouse Generation Z at your Veterinary Clinic

Gen Z are those grads who started entering the workforce a few years ago.  They’re also called the i-Gen – as in iPad and iPhone and Zoomers.  Generational “personalities” Generational personalities don’t […]

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010 – tips and strategies to cope with compassion fatigue for veterinary professionals

Today we look at some strategies to help you counter compassion fatigue – both as an individual veterinary professional and, if you’re a clinic owner or practice manager, a few different things you can implement in your clinic.

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Paws Claws & Wet Noses podcast for kiwi veterinarians

ep-005 – how to calculate Christmas & New Year Statutory Holidays 2021 – watch out for the fish hooks this year

We’ve got four days of statutory holidays coming up: Christmas Day + Boxing Day and then one week later, New Year’s Day + the Day After New Year’s Day.

In this episode I’ll tell you how to calculate the upcoming statutory holidays and which days are classified as “holiday”.

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Paws Claws & Wet Noses

ep-004 9 ways to get “Hire Ready” in 2021 – tweaks & changes to make / include on your CV & LinkedIn profile

This episode is for you if: you think it’s about time you had a pay rise and you’re planning on asking for one; or you think it’s about time you changed employers – it doesn’t matter why – what’s important is the thought is going through your mind; or you think it’s about time you had some more work life balance, so you’re going to become a locum veterinarian; or you’re after work-life balance and are going to start looking for part time jobs.

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