No raise. Terrible pay. Overbearing management
The fast pace and the expectations of the dental assistants isn't commensurate with the low wages. Pressure and unfair treatment from management. Different pay scales and policies office to office. If you want to be treated fairly and with dignity, this isn't the place to seek employment.
No raise the compnay seems not to care about their employees
The working environment itself. Not being treated equally and being blinded to situations and other employees. Management is horrible.
Finding quality providers to work in the offices and provide top quality dental treatment.
Answered - Regional Manager (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
Corporate runs everything. For dental assistants, the moment you give your quit notice, you are docked down to minimum wage. For doctors who are leaving, do not expect to be paid after you are gone even if they are still collecting on the work that you did from insurance.
The individual practice.
Corporate too big to monitor offices effectively.
Answered - CDA, RDA (Former Employee) - 1441 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ