Lawful Terminations: A How-to Guide

When deciding whether or not to terminate an employee, and weighing the pros and cons, you need to assess the costs and benefits of keeping this employee versus firing him or her. Consider the following: the nature of the behavior or performance issues involvedthe...

Low-cost Fixes to Prevent OSHA Violations

Does the phrase OSHA violations cause you to shudder in fright? OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, should not be a scary monster – it exists to ensure you and your employees stay safe in the workplace. Slay the monster with some of these low-cost...

Negotiating Lease Agreements

Imagine you’re a practice owner, and your practice currently has a 12-year history of consistently grossing $1.5 million—and is actually on track to earn upwards of $2 million this year! You have three exam rooms and three certified veterinary technicians, and you’ve...

Associate Contracts for Corporate Consolidators

As the presence of corporate consolidators in the veterinary field increases, it has become even more important to understand what to look for when negotiating an associate contract with a corporate practice. Generally speaking, corporations can have a significant...

Employment Contracts To Reel In Associate Specialists

Turnover among veterinary specialist associates is caused principally by the failure of practice owners and employees to properly articulate their respective expectations and negotiate and document the employment relationship. Time and effort invested up front will...

Four Benefits New Employees Want Today

In today’s times, employers are finding that they need to make their workplaces as appealing as possible to recruit and retain employees. In the past, it may have worked reasonably well for a company to advertise for employees, interview candidates, select the best...
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