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Everyday FFCRA Takeaways!

by Jessi Gable, SRHM-CP

With COVID-19 appearing in headlines and in our communities, you may be wondering how you might handle a COVID-related need for leave at your practice. Or perhaps you’ve wondered if your staff is eligible for FFCRA benefits? Are there any other benefits available to help support team members impacted by the pandemic? We’ll cover a variety of resources & eligibility requirements for you to arm yourself with in the event COVID-19 casts a shadow on your practice.

Jessi Gable, SHRM-CP, is an HR Generalist at People, Pets and Vets who provides compassionate support to over 50 (and counting!) veterinary hospitals and support teams across the US. Though she particularly loves fostering strong partnerships with new hospitals and providing HR training & coaching across the company, 2020 has placed her neck-deep in COVID-19 related leave management. When she’s not working through leave requests or on a Zoom call, you’re pretty much guaranteed to find Jessi hanging out with her dogs, her bees, or her amazing partner Hans.

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2020 DVM Masterclass Schedule

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Tuesday, January 21

Getting Cats Back in the Box

by Elaine Wexler-Mitchell, DVM

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SPONSORED BY: Kindred Bio

Tuesday, February 18

Google Has Split Into Four Types of Searches

by Kelly Baltzell

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SPONSORED BY: Beyond Indigo

Tuesday, March 17

Diagnostic Testing: A Potpourri of Useful Information

by Saundra Willis, DVM, DACVIM

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SPONSORED BY: Phoenix Labs

Tuesday, April 21

Feline Tooth Resorption – It’s a Dog’s World Too

by Gary Goldstein, DVM, DAVDC

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SPONSORED BY: Lakefield Veterinary Group

RESCHEDULED! Tuesday, June 9

Compensating your DVMs

by Jim VanderMey, CPA, ABI

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SPONSORED BY: Omni

Tuesday, June 16

Uveitis in the Dog & Cat

by Victoria Jones, DVM, DACVO

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SPONSORED BY: Northwest Animal Eye Clinic

Tuesday, July 21

No Breathe, No Live: Updates on Equine Asthma

by Sarah Reuss, VMD, DACVIM

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SPONSORED BY: Boehringer Ingelheim

Tuesday, August 18

Coelomic Distention in Birds: Diagnosis and Management

by Anneliese Strunk, DVM, DABVP

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SPONSORED BY: The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine

Tuesday, September 15

Stay {Not Exit} Interviews – The Why and The How!

by Hayden Milligan, CMP

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SPONSORED BY: People Pets and Vets

Tuesday, October 20

Managing Respiratory Distress

by Shane Turner, DVM

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SPONSORED BY: Animal Medical Center of Seattle

Tuesday, November 17

Calf Gastrointestinal Disease – New Insights Into An Old Problem

by Craig McConnel, DVM, PhD

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Tuesday, December 8

Anatomy of a Complaint

by Liz Davies, DVM and Sara Kirschenman, J.D.

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