My specific location was very unwelcoming. The team was very clique-y and always gossiping about each other. The whole team was constantly overworked. Doctors appeared to get plenty of additional compensation- techs/cscs always seemed easily replaceable and uncared for.
Every hospital is different but most commonly full of drama, gossip, and you're either welcome to their team or your not.
Extremely hostile. I worked for them as a veterinarian for 4 years. They only care about money, and treat their veterinarians horribly.
Family oriented and friendly environment. A lot of learning and advancement opportunities. The busier hospitals will provide the best opportunities. Very caring doctors and management.
Very very hostile work environment. Management tolerates hostility. If you get insulted and you follow the policy of reporting the incident, expect to be bullied even more and the management will stand there watching. It'seems a disgrace to the profession.
Where I am at, they are very family like, they go out together at times, they all help each other out when needed. Friendly environment.
The work environment is great 9 out 10.
Answered - Veterinary Technician (Current Employee) - Richmond, TX
It is horrible.
Mars' five principles are: quality, mutuality, quality, reaponsibility, freedom. I find I use these principles on a daily basis.
Answered - Associate Veterinarian (Current Employee) - Tucson, AZ
Very hardworking, productive and feels like a family
Answered - Veterinary Technician/ Client Service Coordinator (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA