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New Hires, Where Are They? How Do I Get One? New blog series coming soon!

Candidates are out there but where?  Why are we struggling to find them? What are they looking for in a practice? Let’s dig into this topic to see if we can find the answers.  We can then focus on what they want and then figure out how to provide it.  Help is on the way! robin

I will be launching a new series on recruiting for the veterinary practice.  It is a big topic right now and lots of managers are struggling and stressed over it.

My series will cover the search, the recruitment phase, the on-boarding or more like “keeping them” phase. I will discuss some of my really successful methods as well as some of my less than amazing moves when recruiting new hires. I will also share what I am seeing on social media from job seekers. It’s very interesting the gap that is forming and we as managers need to try to fill it.

 

Look for this series to drop right after Christmas so we can go into the New Year armed with a great mind set and approach to recruiting our best veterinary team yet!

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I would love feedback from you on your methods for recruitment or resources that you as managers have found that have helped them find awesome new hires! Job seekers are you out there reading this? What is your biggest issue?

 

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About Rhonda Bell, CVPM, CCFP

Certified Veterinary Practice Manager and a Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional with 15 years of veterinary hospital management experience. My passion lies with the small business owner specifically in veterinary medicine but not exclusively. I love coaching, teaching, developing and creating opportunities for veterinary practice success. I want to help overwhelmed stressed out practice owners, managers and veterinary teams make sense of the sticky areas of veterinary practice management.

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