Money is good but not good enough
Registered Veterinary Technician (Current Employee) – Sandy Springs, GA – July 19, 2018
I started working at this hospital while it was going through a change from being a privately owned clinic to a corporate one. During this time, the quality of the staff and amount of fully staffed shifts took a downward turn. Hours got longer, shifts got harder, management became more and more inactive and yet the expectations for the staff continued to rise. Benefits got worse every year, which has become a nationwide problem, but the overall teamwork mentality has almost completely gone away.
Holiday pay, Pto, benefits, occasional meals provided
Lack of team work, hands off approach to management, long and hard hours