Unfortunately I chose to leave due to lack of communication within the practice. I worked with the company for 7 months. Shortly after starting when I had found out that your PTO was to be used to cover holidays, as they are not paid to you, that was not going to allow any sick time or vacation time. You sign an agreement to work 40hrs, fulltime. But whenever the doctor is off you are to take off, if the office is closed you are forced to take leave. You end up losing money and vacation by this. Not worth it. I've been in the field 20yrs now and never have I had been lied to or information withheld from you in the interview etc. No staff meetings, communication is terrible, drama is not dealt with or allowed, scheduling appointments and saying yes to patients because it's "Production" yet patient quality care and their time is sacrificed because the practice wants to get the patients in no matter what. My advice is if you have other options seek those first before accepting the role with Midwest Dental. Compensation does not cover the loss of paid holidays, and the extra time off during the year the office takes.
Overworked, quality patient care at risk, poor communication, no follow through, no paid holidays, PTO is vacation and sick pay combined