There’s no doubt that salary is an important factor when dentists look for a new job. However, pay is not their only consideration, they’re also looking for a healthy work/life balance at a supportive and modern practice. When a practice manager wants to hire a new dentist, what are the five factors they need to keep in mind?
Ever wondered how being organised and productive can lead to success in both your personal and professional life? We caught up with Lorraine Murphy - award-winning entrepreneur, bestselling author, speaker and mentor - who gave us the latest tips and inspiration for people looking to shake up their habits at home and at work.
Don’t rush to fill a vacancy – hiring is about the whole team, not just one position. Here’s how to fine tune your candidate search to help find the best person for the role. Read on for more ideas.
As a dentist, it’s your duty to make sure each patient feels comfortable when receiving a check-up or treatment.
Searching for a new job can be a long and arduous process. It can take hours of trawling through employment websites and speaking to recruiters, some who over-promise and under deliver before you find that perfect role.
With research showing that people change jobs an average of 12 times over the course of their lifetime, it’s common to go through stages of disliking your work and wanting to jump ship. But how can you tell when it’s time to really search for something new?