Do You Have Trouble Keeping Your Veterinarians Once They’re Hired?
As a recruiter you might think I would relish the request to find another new hire. I do, but not when the newly placed veterinarian has moved onto ‘greener pastures’ a year later.
The majority of the time, the newly hired veterinarian leaves because of an issue that came up within the first three months that did not get addressed, or resolved.
A costly mistake that’s easy to avoid
Before being a veterinary recruiter, I was a hospital administrator who looked at my numbers daily.
The average veterinarian makes $400,000 for a practice. A superstar can make between $600,000 — $700,000 for the practice.
Every time a veterinarian leaves it costs the hospital between $30,000 – $50,000, per month, to have that position unfilled. If you’re lucky, you will fill the position in 3-5 months, which means, you could be giving up $250,000.
Would you like some assurance that your new hires stay and thrive in your practice?
I found quite a few things of value in working with you, especially your follow though.
We love the fact that you check up on your doctors after they have been employed. — Ed Shin, DVM, CEO of Southern California Veterinary Group
Creating a Win-Win Environment
I’m not only a recruiter I’m also a certified life and career coach. During the three month on-boarding process I work with your new hire, and you, so your new hire feels supported in her new position, and you can rest assured that small problems are cut off at the pass.
Being able to speak with independent third person gives your new hires even more confidence to speak up. And it can also be an opportunity to support and celebrate those things that are going well at the practice. This increases morale and protects against job ending drama and poor communication. This program is included in my fees. It’s called the Veterinarian Retention Program.
What does our Veterinarian Retention Program cost?
We offer retained or contingency arrangements depending on the specific needs of our clients.
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Travis & Associates Veterinarian Recruiter
I have been helping Veterinary Hospital owners find perfect veterinarians and hospital mangers for their practice for the past 17 years. In addition, I help veterinarians find jobs that increase their skills, and allow them to develop professionally and personally. And as a certified career and life coach, I can help both my clients and my veterinarian candidates expand and grow.
Questions: Please phone 720-535-6433 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org