As an owner or admin team member at a dental practice, building a team can often fall on your shoulders. Creating a team first starts with hiring your team, however, it doesn’t stop there. Read on to gain our insights on how to best add value to your team. With the help of these tips, you can greatly increase the value of your team. This will create a more positive workplace, with successful employees, less turnover and satisfied clients.
A poor onboarding experience is hard to come back from and is the fastest way to lose a new employee. It is critical to actively think about the entire candidate experience when hiring a new employee. Read our Top 5 Onboarding tips to help successfully onboard your new employees.
In today’s job market, it is important to go beyond the basic questions when interviewing Dental Professionals. While it’s important to ask the clinical questions, don’t just settle by asking your standard questions you’ve asked every interviewee the past handful of years. Take a look below at our recommended questions even if you aren’t interviewing right now, because chances are you may be interviewing sometime soon!
Dental Assistants job outlook is projected to increase 7% – so, there’s a good chance you are hiring now for a Dental Assistant or will be in the future. Before pulling the trigger, we highly recommend reading our tips below to make sure you are investing your time wisely and hire the right Dental Assistant that will stay long-term.
Spring is upon us, which means that university and college programs will be wrapping up their semesters in a month or so. Many hygiene students may have begun their job searches, or if they haven’t, they will be any day now. Now is a great time to invest hiring time and effort into finding dental hygiene graduates with great potential to be the next great addition to your team.
Dentistry has come a long way since the beginning. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), “Forty years ago, only 7% of dental school graduates in the United States were women. In 2017, according to the ADA Health Policy Institute, that percentage was up to 49%.”