Free Tools to Retain Staff and Attract New Talent
Veterinary practices everywhere are asking what they can do to retain staff and attract talent. In response, we created our Veterinary Staffing & Employee Retention Kit that addresses four big issues that impact staffing and retention.
A recent LifeLearn survey of 100+ veterinary professionals revealed what you probably already know from experience. The majority (42.2%) said staffing and employee retention is their number one practice challenge. Because of increased workloads and exhaustion due to staffing and employee retention issues, stress and burnout unsurprisingly ranked second (20.5%), and poor team morale ranked third (18.1%).
Naturally, the two latter issues further cause staffing and employee retention challenges, creating a vicious cycle that ultimately undermines the overall sustainability of the veterinary environment.
“Yes, I’m aware of all this. I’m in it. The question is, what can I do about staffing and employee retention, and can you help?”
That’s certainly the important question now being asked by busy, understaffed, and exhausted veterinary teams everywhere: “What can I do about it?”
Given the scope of the issue and how long problems have gone on, we certainly can’t provide all information to help practice owners, operators, and management address all factors affecting staffing and employee retention. Yet we can help practices with four big factors currently impacting staffing and employee retention.
Moreover, we can help with specific, research-backed information (further supported with free, downloadable, practical tools and resources) to help practices make decisions, serve staff in an evidential way, and make tangible improvements to staffing and employee retention.
It’s all in our free Veterinary Staffing & Employee Retention Kit.
Available for a limited time, our free kit includes:
Three articles (and free tools and resources) to help practices retain staff and attract new talent:
- How to Turn Around a Common Perception That Affects Staffing and Retention: Many veterinary workers and would-be employees today believe practices don’t care about or are ill-equipped to manage staff burnout. This article explains why and how to turn it around with free, downloadable tools to help retain existing employees and attract new talent.
- How (and Why) to Educate Clients on the Value of Pet Insurance to Help Improve Staff Retention, complete with free tools and resources to save your team time educating pet owners and answering their questions about pet insurance without anyone on your team having to be a pet insurance expert.
- How to Use Client Education Marketing to Get Ahead of Pet Owner Questions. Seemingly never-ending appointments and pet-owner calls often cause staff to leave. This article explains how to reduce staff stress by reducing phone calls and walk-in inquiries that may not necessitate an immediate appointment or consultation or are not of an emergency medical nature.
An infographic to help retain staff and attract new talent—5 Simple Ways to Say Thanks to Your Superhero Veterinary Team