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Reading Resumes

Welcome to Reading Resumes. Often, when advertising for an opening in the dental office, you may receive more resumes that expected, qualified or not. Learning how to read resumes and rule out candidates before phone interviews begin will save you a significant amount...

Interviewing

Welcome to Interviewing. Once you have narrowed down the applicants through phone interviews and created a list of candidates for in-person interviews, you can begin the next phase of hiring for the open position. In this video, we provide suggestions of questions to...

5 Ways to Make Hiring (Almost) Painless

Firing and hiring is probably the least favorite part of the job for most dentists and office managers. In fact, some dentists dread this process so much they hold onto employees too long to avoid firing someone. Not only is it unpleasant to have to fire an employee,...

A Controversial Hiring Strategy That Actually Works

Most dentists and dental office managers know that hiring and retaining great employees is the key to success for any dental office. But exactly how to make that happen seems like a mystery. Is it really just a question of getting lucky? In fact, luck has very little...

5 Issues That Get in the Way of Hiring Good Employees

My background is in the corporate world. I’ve worked in sales, management, recruiting and human resources. When my husband wanted me to come to work in his dental office I did a lot of research. I learned very quickly the major differences of the dental world and the...