What Not to Include on Your Job Resume

It is not uncommon for a dental office to receive upwards of one hundred resumes and applications for a single job opening. As you can imagine, your application needs to stand out from the competition in order for them to … Continue reading

Examining the Myths of Employee Turnover

At this time of year, recruiters and dental offices up and down the country will be looking at calculating their annually HR metrics. They do this so they can analyze how successful the recruitment and HR processes have been throughout … Continue reading

How to Avoid Discrimination When Interviewing

Not a day goes by on these days where the issue of discrimination doesn’t come up. 2018 has been the year where the previous norms and behaviors that have governed previous generations have been shattered in favour of inclusivity and … Continue reading

Never Underestimate the Importance of a Strong Dental Front Desk Team For The Long Term Success of Your Dental Office

The front desk at a busy dental practice can often be a frantic and sometimes chaotic environment. Patients come and go, the telephone is constantly ringing and the day to day tasks need to be completed. I have worked in … Continue reading

Reduce Stress in Your Dental Office By Confronting Problems Head On

As we all know, the life of a dentist can be really stressful. Not only will most of us have a lot of patients to treat each day, we also have to keep an eye on the dental business as … Continue reading

How to Keep Millenials Happy & Content in Their Job?

The word “Millennial” often has a lot of negative stereotypes attached to it. Many of us in Generation X and Y believe that the next generation have gone soft, have no work ethic and are not as hard working as … Continue reading

How to Prevent Employee Burnout

In this day and age, it is becoming more and more common that some members of staff will feel burnt out. We all at some stage of our working career have felt like we have lost passion and motivation for … Continue reading

How to Keep the Best Dental Associates in Your Dental Office

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If you have a private practice, you may be all too used to the revolving door with regards to associate dentists. They come, they go, and never seem to stick around. This is not only bad for us as a … Continue reading