Vets, VNs, receptionists, practice managers and other practice staff are all being urged to supply their salary details to help give “a valuable insight into employment conditions in the veterinary profession in the UK”.

Veterinary surgeons, VNs, receptionists, practice managers and other practice staff are all being urged to supply their salary details to help benchmark pay in the sector.

moneyThe calls come as part of 2013 Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) salary survey. This is the largest survey of its kind, and aims to give “a valuable insight into employment conditions in the veterinary profession in the UK“.

The SPVS survey, which is run in conjunction with Veterinary Practice Managers Association, the British Veterinary Nursing Association and the Association of Vets in Industry, is now available online.

A SPVS spokesman said: “We invite all veterinary staff to complete the survey, which can be accessed via the SPVS website and following the link at the top of the page. The survey closes on May 31, 2013 and a summary of the results will be published in Veterinary Times. The full report will be sent to members of participating organisations.”

As an added incentive, non-member vets who complete the survey can claim three months free membership, which will include access to the results of this and other salary and fees surveys, as well as access to SPVS’ online discussion list.

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