Today's Veterinary Business

FEB 2018

Today’s Veterinary Business provides information and resources designed to help veterinarians and office management improve the financial performance of their practices, allowing them to increase the level of patient care and client service.

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Natalie Marks Communication Page 34 16 columns inside Brian Conrad Merchandising Page 60 Sandy Walsh Leadership Page 50 FEBRUARY/MARCH 2018 How pet insurance may save your career Insured clients, job satisfaction and our ability to provide the best care for pets are all intertwined. Page 18 The looming dog shortage The United States will need millions of additional dogs a year to keep pace with the growing number of households. Page 46 How affects you, too The #MeToo movement started last fall with claims of sexual ha- rassment and rape against movie producer Harvey Weinstein. Before long, dark shadows were cast over other powerful men — from entertainment personalities Matt Lauer, Kevin Spacey, Russell Simmons and James Franco to politi- cians Al Franken and Roy Moore. Although any accusation typically gets more publicity when a celebrity is involved, sexual misconduct occurs in all walks of life. What will you do — and should you do — as a veterinary practice owner or manager if an employee lodges harassment claims? What if the employee joins the #MeToo movement and goes onto social media to name names at your hospital? Sexual harassment in the workplace must be dealt with promptly, fairly and firmly. By Kellie G. Olah, PHR, SHRM-CP Continued on Page 58 A N O F F I C I A L J O U R N A L O F T H E N A V C

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