In: Life at Work | May 30, 2014
In: Life at Work | May 27, 2014
Not sure why you’d have to wait. You can probe+explore to decide what step of action you need.
Question: NEW PATIENTS!!! | May 14, 2014
Hoosier, do you mind saying what area of Indiana you’re in? I’m in Indiana as well, making $26/hr. The other wages on here seem crazy good! Although I know COL makes a difference.
Question: What's your pay? | May 3, 2014
Definitely keep temping. I just got a great job because they liked me as a temp and have a hygienist quitting.
I find it’s hard to stand out as a hygienist since basically all hygienists have very similar skills. If you have a certain advantage of a skill make sure to play it up on your cover letter and in the interview. Print on resume paper and present and in a nice resume folder.
Of course look professional in the interview and try to be personable. Good luck out there!
Question: Do you have any advice on standing out when looking for a job? | April 30, 2014
Yes. Obviously wear all your PPE and use universal precautions.
Question: Can you safely Cavitron Aids/HIV and Hepatitis Patients? | April 30, 2014
I would start looking for another job. I had one that went to production and the same crap was happening and the office environment was horrible because everyone was competing on who could get the patients. I left for maternity leave and when I came back I had NO patients because they all got moved to the other hygienist’s schedule. Not worth it. Plus I saw so much unnecessary treatment like SRPs. I will never work for a production office again.
Question: Am I getting screwed over now that my office has gone to production? | April 30, 2014
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