Making work fit in with all the different situations life throws at you can be tough. I’m hoping this blog can help as it highlights that asking for part time or flexible working hours is not just for those with children or those returning to work after maternity leave.
The protection offered to the veterinary nurse title by the RCVS Code of Conduct is very important and the veterinary community need to work together to uphold the code.
As its Vet Nurse Awareness month in May this is a timely reminder to value your vet nurses.
In this blog I suggest how to avoid breaking the code when it comes to job adverts and practice websites…
My recent blog for Vet Times was about the practice of booking fake appointments as a way to manage your diary in clinics.
It took on some rather interesting legs and inspired a number of responses including several letters to the Vet Times letters page!
Thanks for reading and responding!
There is no such thing as ‘standard terms and conditions’ for employment in the veterinary world. The needs of each practice are unique and therefore the employment contract is usually unique too!
For you this provides room to negotiate or select where you work that suits you most. It also means you should consider what means the most to you – hours? salary? discounted care for your pets?
You choose – read more here