I recommend getting your experience and leaving.
Dental Assistant/Receptionist (Current Employee) – Reading, PA – September 17, 2018
A Typical day at Dental Dreams starts off very stressful and overwhelming. If you are checking in it is the worst you are the only receptionist checking in. Your co workers don't bother to help you they look the other way. When checking in can be up to 70 patients in a day,the patients can get very frustrated due to the wait sometimes they wait up to 2 hours with an appointment.The receptionist gets pressured to over book or else we will lose hours. Dental dreams does not care about any employee they will send you home if the office becomes slow. So unfairness goes on,some girls take longer lunch breaks and go to appointments while being clocked in.The manager says nothing. Also the manager lets certain girls bring they kids into work but not others. they don't pay you for holidays or sick days. you don't make enough to even get the insurance the company offers. The only good thing you get out of dental dreams is the experience. And the option to call off and request days off. The only good thing about dental dreams are the very good down to earth Dr's and they are so helpful teaching you new things everyday about dental.
you don't have to clock out for lunch.
request days off with no issue.