It was different from day to day because the schedule varied so much. We could be super busy one day then so slow the next, the hardest part was keeping the doctor on time when we were busy. We didn't have enough rooms to be able to stay on schedule.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the patients.
It was hard to keep a positive attitude, they seemed to be more interested in opening more and more affiliate clinics then maintaining the ones they already had. And when review time came, there was always a reason why they couldn't give out raises that year.
I think that if they would focus more on the employee/employer relationship instead of how many clinics they could open, things might be better for the patients, employees and the employer.
From the time I started working until I left there have been 5 managers and a lot of turn over of other staff.
i was able to have some dental work done, and i was able to take time off easily if needed
not a good team working environment, there was never any good team building or inter office relationships, people always on edge about the next manager or staff member to come in, had a high turn over rate with managers and other staff