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How many of you receive regular reviews? How do you prepare for your review?



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I have only received one performance review in my career. I was told about it the same day I was to have it so I really didn’t have time to prepare. My boss and office manager just went over some things they wanted me to improve on and also told me areas I was doing well in. Just be open to constructive criticism and suggestions. Also be prepared to explain what you have been doing to help the practice and the patients and any ways you go above and beyond your typical hygiene duties to help others out. Knowing your production numbers is also a plus.

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My office use to do a yearly review where they went over your production and how well you are performing. At that time we would ask for a raise. Recently my boss stopped doing it. I would always make sure that I am honest, have my own production numbers available, have a pleasant attitude, be open to constructive criticism and ready to find ways for improvement if needed and always make eye contact. Hope this helps

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I’ve never had a review in 28 years at any offices I’ve worked at…

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38 Years…never had a review.

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I have an annual review and we use a ‘form’ with various questions regarding strengths, weaknesses, goals, ect.

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I’ve been in dentistry for 10 yrs, and have never had a review.

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My current office for past 9 years has always scheduled yearly reviews. Never had one at other offices. I do think the review is beneficial. You get to talk about what you like most, what you would like to start incorporating and what you like least. Any raises, how much my health care costs the company, dental treatment benefits etc… are in writing and signed by both employee and employer. As the years have gone by it has gotten less formal and usually does not include anything that I need to improve on. I still hate the reviews. I become a nervous wreck. After all said it done though its never as bad as I think it will be.

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I just joined an office that will be doing reviews. How exactly do you figure out your production #’s for this purpose? I’m a bit nervous because currently I am per-diem 1 day a week through the summer. Once fall comes, the office will be deciding between me and one other per-diem, more experienced employee, and I’m assuming it will be based upon this review. So far, I know I am very well liked.. It’s just very nerve racking to be in a competition so to speak!

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