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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Working Interviews: To Pay or Not to Pay?


I’ve heard the term “working interview” used often with dental and veterinarian practices.  A “working interview” is when the practice/employer wants to observe the clinical or clerical skills of job applicants (dentists, dental hygienists, veterinarians, assistants) or their clerical staff (front office and billing staff) by actually seeing the applicant perform essential job duties before they hire the applicant as an employee. 

The question is often raised, “do I need to pay wages for working interviews?”

The answer….it depends.  I know, that’s the typical lawyer answer.
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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Importance of Dental Graduates’ Associate Agreement


Graduating dental school is a great accomplishment.  With graduation comes excitement, new beginnings, and potential for making money.  Yet, it also comes with some anxiety, large student loans, and often starting out working for someone else.  Those are things that new graduates tell me they’re thinking as graduation approaches. 

If one of the things on your mind is working for another doctor when you graduate, of great importance for you will be your Associate Agreement.
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