I worked at Hagyard-Davidson-McGee Associates full-time (More than 3 years)
Hagyard knows how to party. They throw an annual shindig that really boosts morale and tickets to local events at the horse park are nice.
If you are a man, you are incompetent. It never matters how well or how hard you work, you will never be rewarded because you are a male technician. When learning a new skill, you will have to wait until all the women who work with you are signed off on it before you. If you make the same mistakes as a female tech, it will be much worse in consequences. Even some of the clinicians make it clear that they prefer a female tech to care for their cases. Unless you are a veterinarian or a Hispanic stall cleaner, there is no place for men at this institution.
Advice to Management
Recognize hard work and reward it so regardless to gender. If an employee wishes to remain anonymous while making a complaint about unfair treatment, don't give the guilty party all the personal details of the victim employee; it makes him or her feel alienated. Perform a driving test to those who want to drive the ambulance before you hand the keys over and send them downtown.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Hagyard-Davidson-McGee Associates (Lexington, KY) in September 2015.
met with 2 people (HR and surgery manager) very open and easy to talk to. Interview lasted about an hour - discussed work history and experience and future goals in field of veterinary medicine
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