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Outgoing BEVA president Huw Griffiths’ plea comes as the annual congress is told work-life balance is “here to stay”, while a senior academic insists universities are not to blame.
The outgoing BEVA president has urged the veterinary industry to listen to its newest recruits to tackle the current staff retention crisis.
Huw Griffiths’ plea came as the association’s annual congress was told the work-life balance is “here to stay” and a senior academic insisted universities were not to blame for the problem.
After a summer dominated by economic and staffing concerns, BEVA outlined its own survey on the issue during the four-day gathering in Liverpool.