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How to Increase the Productivity of Your Team

(and this does NOT refer to financial productivity)

How would you describe your team? Are they productive, focused and efficient? Or is it a challenge to keep them on track and working together toward the goals that have been established for the office?

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Negotiating Your Salary

First of all- a very well deserved congratulations to you! After weeks or months or years of obtaining the proper education and training and finding the right job, you have been offered the one you were looking for all along.

But now what? Even though you have the position more or less secured you should be considering if you are getting the salary and other “job perks” you not only need to survive, but deserve and will allow you to progress as a worker in your field.

Below we have some suggestions for how you can properly and expertly negotiate the right salary and benefits for you with your new employer.

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The Front Office Interview

When you work the Front Desk at a Dental Office, you’ll need to know how to put patients at ease.

Interviews can wreak havoc on your nerves, but knowing what you should say to the interviewer beforehand can help boost your confidence. When you’re interviewing for a dental receptionist position, keep your answers focused on how your skill set can fit the office’s needs because combined with a cheery personality, this can help you land the job. Dental offices typically want a receptionist who can greet clients, answer questions and keep the office organized so stress your skills in these areas.

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5 Tips To Write a Winning Dental Resume

We go all through childhood with all sorts of ideas as to what we want to do for a living. Most say as a child they want to be a doctor or lawyer or something along those lines but let’s be realistic. By the time we reach high school we have already determined a lot of our interests and Medical School or Law School are not in our future.

So you made the decision to become a Dental Hygienist, Dental Assistant, or work in the administrative part of a dental office. Each profession represent a noble, rewarding career. After the necessary prerequisite training you are eager and ready to work, but how do you put together a resume that will stand out from the rest? How do you compete with those who have more experience than you and get the job?

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