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Veterinary Assistant in Carmel:
Vetcor has been wonderful to work for. They offer good pay & benefits & are concerned about the overall wellbeing of their employees. The transition from being a privately owned hospital to becoming corporate couldn’t have been smoother.
A great place to work.
Veterinary Assistant in Port Chester:
Pros: I look forward to being at work every day. My coworkers are like family.
Cons: Sometimes the schedule gets a little crazy.
Veterinary Technician in Birmingham:
Pros: Helping animals
Cons: The way things as a whole are handled with problems with slacking employees.
Veterinarian in Edwardsville:
Cons: They don't help or answer emails.
I love the work, the pay-could be better.
Office Manager in Fort Myers:
Pros: Animal medicine is my passion
Cons: The pay, lack of trust
Veterinary Technician in Duncan:
For a corporate company the are very good. Compared to another company I worked for they look after employees well regarding benefits, CE, time off etc. Would like to see some clear definitions amongst trainee and qualified staff. Also their bonus programme is great but unrealistic to get the top bonus every quarter. Other than that, after 28 yrs in the Veterinary profession, I can honestly say I’m happy working for a company that’s not all about numbers!
Veterinary Technician in Greer:
Pros: Using my skills as a trained technician
Cons: Constant pressure to do more and make more money.
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