Reading Time: 10 minutes At the recent London Vet Show, it was clear there is an overwhelming negativity in the profession regarding recruitment and retainment in particular, and that somehow because of this the profession is broken. How did we get here? What can… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 3 minutes I think I’ve identified one of the biggest losses that has been an unintended side effect of the current staffing crisis which has also inadvertently compounded the problem too; this is the loss of buffer or slack time. This week… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 18 minutes Recruitment crisis, or retainment catastrophe, or something else? A Perfect Storm in the veterinary profession.
Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s always difficult to see the world from somebody else’s perspective as our own internal biases get in the way. But this can become a barrier to both sides.
Reading Time: 13 minutes Introverts don’t like people. Or so goes the common belief, anyway, which gets propagated by those that don’t fully understand introverted personality traits. Having talked with someone that performs behavioural analysis in the veterinary profession, they estimated that at least… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 2 minutes Here is another of my short-form articles on based on a thought for the day. I’ve decided to call them ‘terrier bites’. This paper summary appeared in the 6/13 March issue of the Vet Record and what stood out for… Continue Reading →
Reading Time: 5 minutes The importance of finding your tribe as a job seeker and an employer – requirement matching in requirement is key to long-term success.
Reading Time: 6 minutes If you haven’t heard of it before or read my previous articles on the subject, reverse recruitment is a new way of looking for jobs where you market your skills and experience to the job market.