Pros: occasional monthly bonuses ( if we meet goal ), occasional free lunch, healthcare, travel pay
Cons: compensation, high turnover, too long of breaks
The management has changed more than 3 times since I have been there. But I was able to conform to the new ways the manager wanted things done. A typical day for me would include Arriving at office and unpacking supplies, setting up all rooms and trays, greeting patients, taking xrays, exams and cleanings done on periodic and initial exam patients, treatment outlines gone over with patients parent and scheduling a patient. If I do treatment that day I assist with him during PSSC, composites and extractions.
I have had 2 turnovers in staff due to the fact that we travel and they just couldn't do it anymore. The staff I had I personally trained to the way the DR works. I try to create a friendly and fun environment for my staff so that we all can enjoy what we do. The hardest part of the job was disciplining co-workers when they weren't doing their job. The most enjoyable part is working with the children and educating them and their parents in good oral hygiene.