Sample case study: Constant turnover

Sample case study: Constant turnover

Does this sound like your practice?
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May 15, 2009
By dvm360.com staff
One of three receptionist positions is always vacant. It seems when a new employee gets trained, another gives notice. Sometimes the one that quits is the one who was just trained. Regardless of which front desk team member leaves, this role keeps turning over and the turmoil is exhausting for team members and clients alike.

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