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Accounts Payable Specialist

VetCor Hingham, MA

• Data entry of all vendor invoices, including reconciling trade vendor statements • Completion of weekly check runs (both computer and manual… Monster.com

30+ days ago

Human Resources Manager

VetCor Hingham, MA

as complement to locally branded and operated practices • Modernize and maintain employee handbooks, forms, and benefit materials, to increase… VetCor

30+ days ago

Corporate Counsel

VetCor Hingham, MA

VetCor offers attractive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and future growth opportunities. The Corporate Counsel will be responsible to… VetCor

30+ days ago


VetCor Boston, MA

We are experiencing exceptional growth and have recently added an additional exam room and upgraded our diagnostic equipment. We are also about to… VetCor

30+ days ago

Veterinary Technician

VetCor Norwell, MA +6 locations

This is a full-time position with a flexible schedule; however rotating evening and weekend shifts will be required. Candidates must have experience… VetCor

30+ days ago

Hospital Manager

VetCor Belmont, MA

• Oversee client care and ensure client loyalty by demonstrating and training exceptional client service • Operational oversight of our hospital… VetCor

30+ days ago


VetCor Salem, MA

This position is responsible for managing multiple phone lines, booking appointments, greeting clients, processing payments, and ensuring that the… VetCor

30+ days ago

Client Care Specialist

VetCor Belmont, MA +2 locations

This position is responsible for managing multiple phone lines, booking appointments, greeting clients, processing payments, and ensuring that the… VetCor

30+ days ago

Daycare Camp Supervisor

VetCor Chelmsford, MA

This position requires a responsible individual who is capable of working independently and candidates must have experience in a customer service… VetCor

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  • A place for a paycheck not a career

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    I worked at VetCor full-time (More than 3 years)


    1. The people are friendly and down to earth 2. It's a good commute if you live in the South Shore


    These statements are based on my time at VetCor headquarters through 2012. I left that year after slowly realizing VetCor was not a place to plan my future around. I have confirmed with colleagues that all of the following points are still true. 1. There were gaps in key management roles that remain unfilled while the company continued to grow 15-20 hospitals a year. VetCor did not have a Head of HR, Controller, Head of Benefits. I also heard that the CFO and Accounting Manager were let go some time recently. These are all essential positions that a company of 1,500+ needs to have. 2. Key departments were understaffed leaving the existing staff overwhelmed and unable to keep up. Accounting, for instance, was often late to pay hospital bills. This led to many cases of hospitals almost getting their utilities shut off. 3. No structure for career advancement. Annual reviews only happened once in the three years I was there. I noticed most people did the same exact job year after year without any growth. 4. Leadership did not communicate it's vision with employees. Other than hearing about new hospitals being added, leadership kept planning to themselves. Also, we were never informed when key people were let go and how that would impact us. The VP of Finance was let go without any communication. His desk was just empty one day.

    Advice to Management

    Be honest with your staff and hospitals about your intentions for this company. VetCor keeps getting bigger and bigger, but no attempts are made to get more efficient or hire to fill the many key vacancies this company has. This seems like a clear sign that leadership is looking to sell soon and not deal with the growing pains of this company. Why else would a company choose to grow at this pace with so much going wrong.

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