We are heading towards that time of the year again (Congrats new grads!) and in the current environment of experienced vet scarcity, practices are increasingly turning to new graduates as the answer to the problem. But there are some deep rooted concerns foremost in the minds of practice owners that need to be aired and addressed as they threaten to derail the working relationship between practice and graduate, and in doing so unwittingly contribute to the ongoing drain of talent from the general practice sector of veterinary medicine. Let’s dive in. 1. "Everyone knows that new graduates leave after 12 months in their first job." The 2013 RCVS Survey of Recent Graduates suggests the avera
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