The OAVT has teamed up with CDMV to bring you important advice on how to respond to negative comments on your clinic’s Facebook page. Many RVTs are responsible for their clinic’s social media feeds, and negative reviews or comments from a client can be stressful. Learn how to handle these types of situations by going on the offensive!
The OAVT has teamed up with CDMV to encourage clinics to implement a performance management process. If you have hired qualified staff, and you’ve clearly defined the practice’s vision and expectations, that’s an excellent start! Now it’s time to move on to the next step: the performance management process.
Budgeting can seem overwhelming but it is an exercise that is well worth it. Knowing your dollars and cents can help you be more informed when negotiating your wage with a current or prospective employer.
RVTs complete CE because it is required to maintain their legal credential. The entrepreneurial RVT also looks at the bigger picture – they know that strategic learning has more value. Can intelligent use of CE promote a win-win-win situation, where the RVT and the practice and the animal benefit?
Have you checked out the OAVT Job Board lately? At any given time, there are HUNDREDS of job opportunities for RVTs in Ontario. We want to help you ace your next job interview. RVT Martha Little of CDMV, who will also be speaking at the OAVT 2020 Conference in March, has some specific tips on how you can prepare for an upcoming interview.
There are many articles, resources, and tips out there for crafting a resume and cover letter that will get you an interview. One thing they all agree on is tailoring your resume and cover letter to the individual job. It may take more time, but will be worth it in the end!
Presented by: Central Sales Ltd and Microsintesis. These ongoing presentations are done in-clinic for staff. They introduce Proteobiotics and explain how bacteria use metabolites for