Once a year. If there is a turnover in the dental practice owner; people that have been employed for years may not get a raise until a new practice owner is in place for approximately a year. I wished to give raises before that yearly time-frame was up, and was told by the operations consultant not to do that until the year time-frame was up. Commensurate raises are issued by the dentist after NEGOIATIONS with the operations consultant!!!
Rare if at all..only 3 levels of advancement and only way up is if someone quits or gets fired and you take their position
Answered - Dental Lab Technician (Former Employee) - Pineville, LA
Each practice is owned by the dentist. Ultimately, it's up to him/her. Just as with any other dental practice, you have to interview the doctor at YOUR interview. It's more like private practice than other "corporate" dental jobs, but with much better benefits.
There is a yearly review and raise
Answered - fda (Current Employee) - Sun City, AZ
Answered - Dental Assistant (Current Employee) - Sun City, AZ
Good luck getting them after being expected to do duties the NC dental board prohibits auxiliaries to perform. Former AD employer did not inform all of his employees about bonus info once the practice was paid off and forbid the informed employee not to say anything.
Once a year
Answered - Dental Staff Support Specialist, DA and FDA (Former Employee) - Albany, GA
Every 3 month
Answered - Owner/Operator (Former Employee) - Hollywood, FL