Finding and hiring the right staff is one of the most important functions of managing and growing a dental practice. Without the right staff, you’ll lack the proper tools to create a thriving practice.
Where did all the dental professionals go? What happened? Where did they go? Dental Practices from all over the country have asked me this question. Let’s take some time to explore possible explanations.
Now is the time to put yourself in front of Dental Practices who have lost Dental Staff Professionals due to Covid. Make 2022 the Best Year for Your Dental Career. Take that first step to a better salary and a better career. We’re here to help you on your way! Create your profile and get hired for Dental Position of your dreams!
Perhaps you are thinking about a profession in Dentistry. You want a job in a Dental Practice to affirm your decision, but you’re uncertain where to begin. Maybe you’re right out of school and you don’t have experience, but you’re wanting a job in that leading-edge Dental practice.
The Dental field is an ever-growing industry, and the average monthly revenue for Dental Practices continues to climb steadily every year. Working as a Dental Professional provides a certain degree of job security if you can get your foot in the door and prove yourself to be a capable employee.
If your office is still misclassifying and using the term “working interview” without completing all of the necessary new-hire paperwork beforehand, your “interview” is putting your dental office in legal jeopardy - and there is absolutely no reason to do so!
Before you submit your resume to DentalStaffing.org, here’s our ultimate checklist of the information most people hiring in Dentistry are really looking for.
During the Pandemic and while all Dental Offices in the United States were ordered to close, we got busy. We’ve developed a whole NEW website with a new choice of platforms. We have several exciting changes we want to introduce, so let’s talk about them now.
A New Year is coming along with many resolutions we will undoubtedly fail to accomplish. One resolution you shouldn’t give up is your desire to grow your Dental Career! We’ve put together our favorite strategies for successful motivation to help fuel growth for your dental profession this year.
The dental profession, once one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S. economy, has become one of the most highly affected in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. And it’s not over yet; most dental offices have begun to open, but have been closed for several weeks to months at a tremendous cost to the practice.