Does your practice have job descriptions?
Better yet . . . does your practice have job descriptions that are written out, defined, and shared with the team? Or are they all still up in your head?
One of the biggest problems we see with the practices we work with is not having roles clearly defined into job descriptions. This leads to inconsistent expectations between staff and managers, can lead to higher turnout, and ultimately a difficult working environment. Continue reading “Why your practice needs defined job descriptions:”
Looking for a job? You’ll want to pay attention to this.
Hiring for a job? Watch for these warning signs in applicants.
Whether you’re hiring or looking for a job, you will want to watch for these signs in an interview. These are signals that the candidate is not meeting basic professional standards. Interviews are a time when people often want to put their best foot forward. If they aren’t doing that for you in an interview, do you think they’ll be much better when they are in everyday work situations? Here are the top six most common interview blunders that can be big turnoffs in the hiring process: Continue reading “Top Interview Blunders To Watch For”
The right team is a rare gem for many dental practices and when you find the right people, you want to make sure they stick around. So, what can you do to attract and keep the right talent? How can you keep people engaged with your team and excited to come in each day? The truth is that there ARE a few strategic things you can do to attract the right fit for your staff and you CAN do specific things to help keep them on board. Continue reading “How to Attract & Keep The Right Staff For Your Dental Practice”