Western Dental Services
Western Dental Services – Fremont, CA
/Duties : • Management, training, and oversight of our office staff employees • Strong organizational and leadership skills • Collaboration… Glassdoor
Western Dental Services – Hayward, CA
/Duties : • Assist the dentist at the chair while they are engaged in any treatment of patients • Must anticipate dentist's needs and be… Glassdoor
Western Dental Services – San Leandro, CA
/Duties : • Trained to use radiography tools or radiologic technology used for x-ray imaging • Explain x-ray process to patients to help them… Glassdoor
Western Dental Services – San Jose, CA
/Duties : • Supervise all back office staff including scheduling, training, performance evaluations and holding staff accountable… Glassdoor
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I have been working at Western Dental Services full-time for less than a yearPros
Opportunities for travel and in the beginning it seemed as though there was room for growth as well. I did also like my team and learned a lot about dentistry from business managers as well as field trainers for the company.Cons
There are a lot more cons than there are pros:
-No work/life balance
-Low pay for the amount of work you are given
-When traveling on their supposed dime, you are not completely reimbursed
-Too much pressure to sell
-Practice Development Manager has little respect for employee
-The company makes you believe that there is room for growth and that you can get quickly promoted, but that is not true.
-There are so many people that quit within the first two weeks of them working here.
-They are very disorganized in placing you, training you, and opening new offices.
-The list goes on and on, really consider everything before taking the job-it has stressed me out so muchAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Listen to your employees and create an environment that fosters employee retention. Stop making false promises and actually show concern for employee issues.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO