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My job was posted online

I am the only hygienist as a 1 doctor practice and we are not busy enough to need another hygienist, especially lately. Last week I saw my job posted online on 2 different job websites. I told my immediate supervisor who asked the office manager and she denied posting it and said those ads run automatically. But since then, it was taken off one of the sites. I feel very uneasy about the whole situation and feel she’s not telling the truth. I couldn’t speak with her last week because she was out. Any thoughts on this?



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Thanks for your answer! I just had my review and was informed that in the future I may be told to punch out when there are gaps in my schedule. I’m floored they are thinking like this. I call my past due patients and am always busy when I don’t have a patient. I don’t know what to do but am thinking I need to move on.

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I would feel very uneasy about this too. It seems the office manager is being a bit shady here. Job sites that I know of don’t “run job ads automatically.” Some actually require the office to pay to post the ad in the first place. I think so far you have done the right thing by going to your immediate supervisor. Talking to the office manager is a good next step, however she may not be truthful with you so keep that in mind. What I would recommend is sitting down with your boss and getting to the bottom of this. I would ask if they are happy with your performance, what would they like to see you do better, things like this to get on the same page. A meeting would also be a good time to find out why the office manager is posting your job; did she do it on her own or because she was told to? If she did it on her own, she needs to be reigned in. I wish you the best of luck in resolving this because this is an unnecessary stress you don’t need!

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