The COVID-19 pandemic has caused challenges for Canadian employers and employees. This webinar will address employment law considerations for Veterinary professionals with special attention to the current and ongoing situation.
As new information (and misinformation) keep coming at us not daily, but hourly, I will keep myself brief and to the point while being absolutely cognizant that in a matter of days, some of the “current” knowledge, recommendations, information, might not only be outdated, but bluntly absurd.
We have teamed up with a professional counsellor to learn about helpful tools veterinarians and staff can use to support themselves and clients during times of grief.
This checklists focuses on anxiety disorders, mood disorders including major depression and bipolar disorder, substance-related disorders and psychotic disorders, with the intent to help recognition of self and others.
For at least the last 25 years the problem of compassion fatigue has been of mounting importance in the medical field, particularly in parts of the profession where demand outstrips supply and emotional demands of the work are high.
Finances. Did your jaw clench when I said that? Are you palms feeling a little bit sweaty?
I’m going to argue that often times wellness programs are very reactive rather than being proactive. Most employees expect some type of benefit in the form of a benefit provider or a health care spending account.
When preparing to apply for a job, it’s key to create a resume that gives you the best shot at winning an interview. It can be that much more difficult to land an interview when team culture and fit is as important as your skills.
Whether you’re a DVM or an emergency and speciality clinic with many staff, hiring the most suitable and best employees is, and should be, your top priority.
This is a list of community resources that can offer mental health help and support including suicide intervention and crisis support.