Hiring during a pandemic
COVID-19 has changed job hiring for veterinary practices and other veterinary employers. Learn how to adapt your hiring process to find top candidates…
Guidance for managing veterinary employees with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 exposure or disease
See AVMA’s guidance for managing employees who have been exposed to or have contracted COVID-19—whether confirmed or suspected.
Coronavirus emergency law gives paid leave
A new federal law expands the existing paid family medical and leave program from its current form and gives paid sick leave to workers who did not…
Considerations for food animal veterinarians during the COVID-19 pandemic
It’s critical to actively incorporate preventive measures into facility visits to decrease the risk of infection for veterinarians, staff members, and…
COVID-19: Protecting your veterinary team during the pandemic
Veterinary employers and teams need protocols to protect the health and safety of team members and clients. This resource will help you develop and…
COVID-19: Paid leave exemptions for small business
Navigate COVID-19 paid leave requirements and what they mean for your veterinary practice.
AVMA leaders discuss potential legal liability of student, volunteer work
House of Delegates also talks about cannabis, telehealth
Board chair embraces veterinary family ties
Dr. Rena Carlson, chair of the AVMA Board of Directors, has held leadership roles since early in her veterinary career. She spoke to JAVMA News about…
Your input needed: Cannabis, telehealth, risk management in practice
The AVMA House of Delegates (HOD) will meet January 10-11, and delegates are looking for member comments to inform their discussion of important…
Thriving in veterinary practice means consistently achieving goals and growth, while maintaining balance in all aspects of our lives. AVMA can help…
How to thrive in practice
The AVMA held a roundtable of thought leaders in March to discuss "Thriving in Clinical Practice."
Summit paints mixed economic picture for practitioners
There’s good news: Revenues are growing at many veterinary practices. There's mixed news: The AVMA Veterinary Career Center now has more jobs
AAHA Connexity takes on topics that keep veterinarians up at night
The American Animal Hospital Association took a radically new approach to its annual conference this year,
Technician shortage may be a problem of turnover instead
Low pay, and compassion fatigue and burnout, as well as lack of recognition and career advancement, remain ongoing concerns
Clinic devises a novel approach to employees' child care conundrum
An all-female staff at a mixed animal practice in rural Texas had a problem.