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Took quite some time,
Phone interview and 2 day latter in person interview,
second working interview a week later and just over a week to hear back with an offer
but start day was 2 weeks after that. almost a moth process for me

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Health, vision, dental, lond and short time disability.

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Movie out of state that would be the answer

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Don't be afraid to weed out toxic employees. A healthy work environment is one of, if not THE, most important thing to have.

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They never drug tested me.

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Sometime doctor's will get behind on appointments, and so you have to play catch up. It gets difficult when a client made an appointment for just vaccines, but then during the exam they think of 10 other things that is wrong with the pet.

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They would tell me about their animal and then I would tell me some tips on what's best for the animal and then if it's advice I would let them know how to do and the time and date about it .

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For front desk, experience as a vet assistant is not needed. I knew nothing about the Vet world when I was hired.

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Management hardly gave out raises, you could bend over backwards and you would go unnoticed. Some employees would have to ask for raises and still find out that they are underpaid. Working hard and cross training and jumping in when needed anytime and still feeling unappreciated and not being noticed for hard work.

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