Questions and Answers about Dental Dreams

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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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Not very long. It's pretty cut and dry if the like most likely they will hire you on the spot

Answered - Dental Assistant (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD belair rd location

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I was interviewed and hired the next week after the holiday. Some people are offered on the spot positions. Just depends on the office's staffing needs at that time.

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I had an interview Wednesday and was hired the next day. I started the following week.
I applied on Indeed and they gave me a call.

Answered - Dental Assistant (Former Employee) - Portage, MI

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Took about 2 weeks.

Answered - Registered Dental Assistant (Former Employee) - Michigan

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The hiring process is pretty quick once you sign your agreement to work for the company. Meet with the company for an interview, if you are a good fit for the company and we are a good fit for you, you will here back from us with in a couple of days. Once you get a job offer and sign all paper work that needs to be completed you will start that same day.

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - 8301 S Holland RD. Suite B Chicago IL 60620

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Immediately. Apply for Dental Dreams and if you qualify all their expectations pretty soon you will received a call. Be prepare!

Answered - Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) - Worcester, MA

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Does not take long to get hired. On the date of the interview; from start to finish, you have to sell yourself if you will. Its up to the potential employee to convince the hiring manager of why he/she is a good candidate to join our team.

Answered - Receptionist (Current Employee) - Worcester, MA

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It actually didn't take much time at all. I came in for my interview around 10am and got a phone call that evening letting me know that I have recieved the job. I started work the following day.

Answered - Dental Assistant (Current Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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