According to recent findings by Brakke Consulting, just under a third of vet techs (29%) said they’re very likely to leave practice in the next two years and the same number (29%) said they’re somewhat likely. So why are vet techs leaving practice?
Our latest Veterinary Staffing & Retention Kit digs into top reasons why and veterinary recommendations to help improve staff retention of vet techs and all veterinary workers.
Available for a limited time, our free kit includes:
- 5 Reasons Why Vet Techs Leave Practices, including solution approaches to common complaints like underutilization and the delegation dilemma, plus a quick diagnostic tool to help assess whether underutilization and unanswered vet tech questions may be an issue at your practice.
- 5 Top Veterinary Recommendations to Better Utilize Veterinary Technicians, with a focus on how utilization helps practices operate more efficiently and profitably.
- Resources to Help Practices with Burnout and Compassion Fatigue, including links to Dr. Debbie Stoewen’s webinar Green Is the New Black (available for CE credit) and a supplementary veterinary burnout prevention kit with tools and resources to help promote a happier, sustainable work environment.