Being a dental professional is about so much more than just ensuring day-to-day oral health. The mouth is a window to the rest of the body and tells a lot about a […]
Posted November 11, 2014
Have you ever thought about how you want to be remembered? What will those who know you best remember most about you? Perhaps you greet everyone with a smile, and cheery […]
Posted July 11, 2014
Any experienced dentist-employer knows that staff stability is critically important in maintaining long-term patient relationships and reducing overhead costs associated with employee turnover and training. Just as the business owner […]
Posted May 20, 2014
When you join a new dental office as a Registered Dental Hygienist, you want to add value to your practice immediately. Dr. Tanya Brown, DMD shares 3 big things to keep […]
Posted March 18, 2014
Congratulations! You’ve been offered a job. Now what? Are you going to be able to get the salary and perks you want? While you should never bring up compensation in […]
Posted February 27, 2014
Tonya recently had the privilege of sitting down with Mark Hartley, editor of RDH Magazine, to talk about his career and RDH Magazine.
Posted January 27, 2014
You’re hiring again. You know, that often tedious process of finding the right person for your company that is qualified yet likable at the same time. A lot goes into the hiring process which also means there is a lot of room to hire the wrong person. One of the most effective ways to prevent this from happening is to write a job ad that speaks volumes about what your dental practice is really like. So what are we really talking about here?
Posted October 08, 2013
Ever wonder why some employees excel at their job while others just do okay or even poorly? After all, they work in the same office and for the same employer. Why is one doing GREAT while the other is not?
Posted October 01, 2013
Have you ever gone on a working interview and just assumed that you’d get paid for the time you spent at the office, from the moment you arrived until the time you left? When you got your money, did you discover that, in fact, you only got paid for five of the eight hours you were there? While this isn’t exactly common, it does happen, and anyone going on a working interview should take the following steps to ensure it doesn’t happen to them.
Posted August 12, 2013
During your job interview, answering questions well is not just important, it is essential! When you face the challenges and fears of interview questions using a few basic guidelines, you can come across like a PRO!
Posted May 30, 2013