That’s right, Head Nurse Congress is back virtually for another year; this year’s event takes place on Thursday 4 May 2023 from 8:30am to 5pm and since we’re coming to you virtually, you can join from anywhere! What is Head … Continue reading
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Careers With Animals Day is back!
That’s right, Careers With Animals Day has returned for another year! Do you want to work with animals or perhaps want some guidance on the different training options in the veterinary and animal industries? Join us on Saturday 4 March … Continue reading
Veterinary Nurse Training Just Got More Affordable!
It’s no secret that there appears to be a shortage of Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVNs) in the UK. Yet did you know that there is no shortage of people wishing to train to become an RVN? The opportunity to become … Continue reading
How to Welcome your New Year’s New Staff
Mark Hedberg, DrMedVet MRCVS Well, that was quite the New Year’s Bash you had at your workplace! Still, the work-week has reared its ugly head. You’ve managed to shake off the headache, taken down the bunting, and you’ve successfully removed … Continue reading
How Much Does Stress Cost You?
Mark Hedberg, DrMedVet MRCVS Ask anybody about stress in their job and you’ll get responses ranging from eye-rolls to the classic dry humor that Britain is famous for. Long hours, high stress situations (emergencies or unplanned extra work!!) and … Continue reading
Three simple tips to get the most from your team in 2015
Laura Kemp The key word in the title of this article is ‘team’. Not colleagues, co-workers or employees but team. Afterall, as we’ve all heard: “Teamwork makes the dream work!” – John C. Maxwell Everyone in your company has … Continue reading
November 20, 2014
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Why Your Employees Are Leaving you – and What You Can Do To Stop Them!
Laura Kemp Ever found yourself left frustrated wondering why your best employees are often the ones that leave? It is important to retain good employees for so many reasons. Financially it is costly to recruit a replacement. Not only do … Continue reading