The freelance economy is changing how Americans work and the dental industry is no exception; dental temps are becoming an increasingly popular way to solve complex scheduling challenges. Hiring temps is great for when everything happens at once. When your dental hygienist needs time off for vacation, or a sick kid calls them away from work.
As a practice owner, it’s crucial to develop professional and friendly working relationships with your dental temps. Here are some tips to keep your dental temps happy, productive, and willing to fill in when you need the help.
At the end of the day, developing a great relationship with a dental temp is simply about creating mutual respect. Respect their time, skills, and compensation and you’ll generate a list of highly-skilled temps to pull from whenever you need it. If you’re ready to fill your roster, create a dental temp job posting now and find your next great employee in minutes.
Posted November 08, 2019
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Posted November 05, 2019
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Posted November 04, 2019
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