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Reviews/touch base meetings Are you honest in those? Is there any benefit in giving honest feedback in these? I loved my job ..you know the saying "Love the work you do and you'll never work a day in your life" then I got moved. I find frustration in the disorganization of my current location. Doctors stall and discharge late with no regard for the chaos that causes. And...I still feel super salty about my move....and I can't help it.
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- 3.0May 14, 2023Veterinary ReceptionistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearPasadena, CA
Team leads are considerate, empathetic, and generally supportive. Schedule is made a month in advance so it makes planning easier. Management is generally accommodating to availability changes. Doctor team is consistent and friendly. Reception team supports each other and operates effectively as a unit. Direct deposit options for getting paid. I can only recommend working here if you're at rock bottom and need somewhere with consistent hours to help you bounce back. Anything longer term is untenable due to lack of upward mobility and a toxic culture from the technicians in the back.
They will low-ball you from the moment they hire you and undervalue your work until you leave. I have a Master's Degree, came on with ER experience, Specialty experience, and General Practice experience, and they still paid me barely above the minimum. Even after over a year working there and a couple different merit raises, I was still barely scraping by. Starting pay at Target or PetCo is comparable and requires significantly less effort. The tech team basically has free rein to bully the reception team, and you'll feel like you're in high school again. These girls are the type of mean that pervades every single aspect of your job and the things you do. If, for whatever reason, they decide you're a target, be prepared to get excluded, ignored, and generally have difficult days. Everything from having your calls for help ignored to the tech team not warning you when an animal is potentially reactive/dangerous. A girl from the reception team who left before me straight up said, "I've been here for six months and I can tell you these girls are just not nice. Watch your back." I should have believed her. Someone from the tech team verbally insulted me and bullied me in front of management during a required meeting. That evening, I notified HR and the practice manager about how incredibly unnecessary, inappropriate, and uncouth this person was during the meeting. It took almost 5 weeks to even have a vague discussion about it with the practice manager and team leads. And even then, absolutely nothing happened to hold them accountable. At so many different points in my time here, people on my reception team vented to me about how mean and disrespectful the girls in the back were to them. They literally can't even say "good morning" without some kind of attitude. The company culture makes it very clear that being on the reception squad makes you the least valuable and most replaceable; therefore, the most inconsequential to treat like garbage. Same for the clients; I was harassed, name-called, screamed at, made to feel unsafe, scared to leave the building, etc...by clients and there were little to no consequences. I felt safer and more supported working as a bartender than I ever did working here.
- 5.0Apr 26, 2023Front Desk ReceptionistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSan Diego, CA
The managers worked hard to cultivate a positive, team environment. They do not tolerate work place drama or bullying. Everyone was super friendly and supportive of one another.
Not much room to move up in the company.
- 4.0Aug 4, 2022Vet TechnicianCurrent EmployeeSan Diego, CA
Staff are awesome to work with.
Like everyone (Excluding veterinarians) in this field, we get paid poorly with very small annual raises. Room for growth, but the upper management is inconsistent, frustrating, and unadaptable.
- 2.0Aug 6, 2022ReceptionistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearTustin, CA
Doctors are easy to work with. 4/10 hour shifts
Low pay, lack of organized training high turnover in front. Receptionists are more like admin assistants and carry majority of the load for questions and answers.
- 3.0May 30, 2022Front Desk ReceptionistCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsTustin, CA
Coworkers and doctors were enjoyable to work with. Great job to get experience with as they will work with you
Low pay and understaffed. Also difficult to be promoted without overwhelming responsibilities from lack of staff. Can be very stressful
- 5.0Apr 26, 2021Veterinary TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsPortland, OR
The Portland clinic is a tight knit team that is lead by two amazing doctors. The company recently brought on a new CEO that is making positive changes. Competitive wages, great hours (no weekends and leaving on time!), good benefits packages. The management team is also always there to support us when needed. Overall a great place to work.
Short staffed at the moment, but most clinics are right now.
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Animal Dermatology Clinic has an overall rating of 3.6 out of 5, based on over 18 reviews left anonymously by employees. 55% of employees would recommend working at Animal Dermatology Clinic to a friend and 40% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has improved by 7% over the last 12 months.
55% of Animal Dermatology Clinic employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Animal Dermatology Clinic 4.1 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.4 for culture and values and 2.9 for career opportunities.