Ruminations on a veterinary theme: chewing the cud

Category Advertising

Reflections on Reverse Recruitment

Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s 10 months since I advertised myself to find a job and, being nearly the end of the year, it’s a perfect time to reflect on my experiences with reverse recruitment. If you haven’t read about how I came to… Continue Reading →

Caution! Perhaps be wary about this job!

Reading Time: 4 minutes I have come across some phrases in jobs ads and practice visits that really have a double meaning. I know, I know, this looks really cynical – but it’s borne out by extensive personal experience as well as trusted anecdotal… Continue Reading →

Why is no-one applying to my ad?

Reading Time: 6 minutes I don’t claim any authority in this area beyond having read far too many job adverts myself, and boy have I seen some stinkers. Seeing things from the other side can be useful though, so I have collated some thoughts… Continue Reading →

The job ad – let’s think of a new way of doing this

Reading Time: 6 minutes At one time, a physical ad was the standard, and about the only, way of securing your next victim vet, with word-of-mouth coming a distant second. They are still important, but recruitment agents and head hunting, students on placement, and… Continue Reading →

Vet job ads – the good, the bad and the ugly

Reading Time: 6 minutes Does no-one else see the problem with veterinary job ads at the moment? In this current recruitment crisis, it is a job seekers market. Yet the ads have not changed to reflect this and most seem stuck in the past;… Continue Reading →

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