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Guilty of micromanaging? That’s a key cause of employee turnover. Discover how to let go and engage your team to solve problems.
Do you have a plan to recruit new employees and retain your team? PSIvet members are eligible for one-on-one consultations with Darby Affeldt, a DVM/financial advisor who can customize benefits packages ranging from 401(k) plans to IRAs, among other financial services.
Dr. Gary Edlin wanted to grow his practice, and that’s just what he was able to do. One major component of his new business strategy was to monitor key business metrics in real time using the iVET360 Dashboard.
Providing a health plan to employees is no longer out of reach for independent veterinary practices. PSIvet is making it possible for our members to provide robust and affordable healthcare plans that keep their employees healthy and happy and also help their businesses thrive.
PSIvet has collaborated with partners Vault and ADP to develop resources and plan options designed to help you and your employees during this difficult time.
Techniques to help your team develop business-boosting communication skills. As a member of a veterinary team, your specialty is working with animals, right? Not exactly, says Jason Coe, DVM, PhD, Associate Professor, Ontario Veterinary College, Canada. Communicating...
4 steps to putting your profits to work. Setting up a profit reinvestment plan is a business basic. Your practice may generate enough money to pay your salary, but reinvesting part of your profits is vital to helping your business grow, whether it’s to expand your...
Dos and don’ts of monitoring your online reputation. By Margaret Littman A client is grieving the loss of a pet, frustrated about the cost of a blood test, or annoyed about a wait to see a doctor. But instead of saying something directly to you, the customer takes to...
Work-life “balance” might not be realistic. Aim for “harmony” instead—for yourself and your team.