Source: Veterinary Practice News

Remote work is becoming a dominant trend in the Veterinary field in 2023, with 13 percent of full-time employees working from home and 28 percent adopting a hybrid model of both home and office work. While veterinarians and technicians must be on-site for patient care, roles like hospital managers and client service representatives (CSRs) can perform some or all of their duties remotely.

Remote work offers several advantages, including improved attraction and retention of employees, increased productivity due to fewer distractions, and reduced costs related to physical office space. It also requires embracing technology for effective communication and collaboration. Remote workers can handle tasks like answering phones, managing emails, scheduling appointments, and conducting virtual interviews. Overall, remote work provides Veterinary practices with a competitive edge in recruiting and retaining talent while offering employees a flexible and productive work environment.

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