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No, barely made over minimum wage. After 5 years got $1 raise.

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The culture is toxic. Management from the corporate headquarters down is full of narcissistic bullies. If you are an intelligent, hard-working, and caring person you will be targeted and forced out.

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Terrible. you will never make 40 hours. Thats reserved for the favorites to rack up.

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Terrible. I warn everyone I know not to work there. They have trouble recruiting but can't seem to figure out why. It is because word in the industry spreads and no one with any sense will stay.

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Minimum wage

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It took me a few days. I came in with my resume. They called me same day and set up an interview for the next day. I interviewed and they called me 2 days later with an offer.

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All applicants will have to pass a drug screening.

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Start listening to your employees. VetCor will make more money in the long run if you stop the toxic culture and insist on quality patient care. You market VetCor as if the practice will stay the same when it is purchased but then you send in your enforcer to kill morale and get rid of the best and most experienced employees. VetCor is thinking short-term and not long-term. Making a quick buck with cheap employees is not going to build a healthy corporation in the long run. Clients are noticing and so are the other veterinary professionals. You will never attract the best and brightest with the current management.

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Once a year, regardless of when you started. I had the misfortune of coming on right after raises and did not get any sort of raise during the year.

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