How to negotiate a starting salary
You can easily talk your way out of a job or accept less than you’re worth.
A veterinarian interviewing for a job indicates that she needs to earn a certain starting salary. The hiring manager decides the veterinarian is the best candidate for the position and offers the job at the requested salary. The candidate then asks for $50,000 more a year. The hiring manager is not pleased. Feeling as if […]
An uphill job
If you’re struggling to find — and hire — an associate veterinarian for your practice, get to work fixing the problem. You can do it.
I’m a proponent of tough love. As a veterinary recruiter, I give tough love to my clients and candidates almost daily. I administer it in a consultative way, of course. This is because clients and candidates rely on me to get them the things they want. Specifically, I: Help animal health and veterinary professionals find […]
The ripple effect
Veterinarians are receiving top-dollar job offers because of a practitioner shortage that is expected to last at least 10 more years.
Predicting the future can be a dicey proposition. However, when you have an overabundance of supporting data, it becomes less of a prediction and more a matter of deductive reasoning. That the case when it comes to the employment marketplace, and the labor market when it comes to the veterinary profession. I have more than […]