I worked for PDS for nearly two months and during that time, I realized that although the staff was wonderful and hard working, the company ethics are not that great. There's no training book for those who have NEVER worked dental before (when there are clear things to put down in a pre-made handbook for trainees), complaints are through the roof about the work done from the doctors and constant upselling to patients, and the schedule is way too packed and not so accommodating to the patients. The environment was fast paced but still enjoyable, it's good to have prior customer service experience, and be prepared to be thrown into the lions den pretty quickly. Although I loved the workplace culture, the hardest part of the job was the stress, lack of time I had to be with family, and hopping from one job to another. The most enjoyable time I had was gaining new knowledge and an understanding of my workspace with my coworkers and manager.
Pay, hour lunches, some slow time
Too fast paced, training not too great, no real social time