Vet Relief Staffing
At VSS, we know that veterinary clinics occasionally need a little extra support to run the business efficiently and effectively. The problem is: You may not have the resources you need to get everything done, which can make you feel overwhelmed and frustrated. We know you need to find the right balance between running a profitable business and doing everything you can to keep your employees happy.
From temporary or long-term staffing shortages to inventory management challenges, you can sometimes find yourself spread too thin, which is why VSS offers a full suite of vet relief staffing and consulting services to help you get back on track – and stay on track.
Here’s how we do it:
- Contact us
- We’ll talk about the unique needs of your business
- Finally, we’ll create a relief staffing plan that works for you
Why Choose VSS?
We do not require a deposit to set up an account. Pay only for the services that you use. Ours is the most cost effective way to get the reliable help you need.
This is the safest way to get coverage. Don’t commit to an employee until you are ready to. Temporary staffing is the best way to try out new people, you start with seeing if they are a good fit for you and your practice.
Your practice does not carry the liability of an uninsured temporary contractor. You don’t have to go through the tedious process of hiring or incur the tax obligation of a new employee. VSS covers workers compensation, insurance, and taxes for all of our employees. Benefit waiver agreements are just another example of how the VSS structure protects you from the dangers of “traditional” relief staff, and non-employee workers.
We work with different scheduling needs. There are no minimum orders.
All of our employees sign confidentiality agreements and respect the privacy of your practice.
Our staff members go through a thorough background screening process before they are hired. The screening goes beyond standard state and federal criminal checks. We check work comp claims, civil litigations, criminal histories in other states, among other things.
We take every precaution to make sure that the controlled medications in your practice, stay in your practice. Our assigned employees are subject to a pre-employment and random drug screens. The testing is a custom, veterinary specific, 10-panel screen that is performed by a licensed third party. It tests for Fentanyl, Ketamine, Morphine, Tramadol, Midazolam, Diazepam, Hydromorphone, and others.