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  • ShelterSpeak: Difficult Economic Times

    Has your organization made any changes in operations as a result of the ailing economy? Have you had to reduce any of your services? What would your advice be for readers dealing with difficult economic times?

  • Hire Education

    By learning to screen applicants effectively through careful resume review and detailed interviews, shelter managers can avoid making bad choices and learn to select people who have what it takes to become dedicated, long-term employees. 

  • Shelters Feel Effects of Insurance Industry Troubles

    Shelter managers can weather the market by educating themselves about coverage and potential liabilities.

  • Show Me the Money

    Surveys of shelter salaries may help you determine appropriate compensation packages for your organization's employees.

  • Adoption Follow-Up Questionnaire

    The Washington (D.C.) Humane Society uses this helpful questionnaire to keep the shelter in touch with adopters and increase the likelihood that animals will become permanent additions to their new households. 

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