At Heartland Dental, we understand you work hard, so we offer an excellent compensation and benefits package as well as continuing educational opportunities that exceed the industry norm. Our extensive training and continuing education opportunities are unparalleled. Finally, we invest heavily in you and prefer to promote from within. If your career ambitions include leadership, we have many opportunities for you. Our business is expected to double in size within the next five years and opportunity for growth will always exist.
Great corporate support. Proven systems.
Worst part is you have to wait one year for any paid time off.
offered 401k, vacation, and ce credits.
For a company this size, there are limited benefit options and they are expensive. There are 4 health plan options, but premiums are higher than anywhere else I've seen and the deductibles aren't any lower to make up for it. The dental coverage is good, but you don't really know what is covered or how much, so it is confusing. And no coverage for a dental specialist for you or your family if there isn't one nearby that works for Heartland. No flexible spending account for medical. Short term disability has a really, really long waiting period. Most companies pay the long term disability for their employees, but not here. Free employee life insurance of $20k is nice, but lower than a lot of other places. No options for other benefits that are paid entirely by the employee--things like prepaid legal or long term care. No sick or personal time. Everything is a lump sum in vacation, so you end up with a lot less than other workplaces. They don't allow any rollover of vacation, either. There are bonus plans based on your job, but nobody really understands how they work. Lots of training opportunities that would be expensive to pay for yourself.
it sucks, they lie and they do not help you grow.
Benefits package became less over time. They use to provide free dental and monthly lunches but the company changed that policy. Hopefully they will change it back in the future.
Great benefit package but a little on the pricy side
Benefits are on par with any dental management organization (ie. Aspen, ImmediaDent, Affordable, KoolSmiles) They contribute the minimum amount and make the team members pay the rest. It’s deceptive when Heartland implies that they have such “great” benefits when in reality they are just like all the other DSO & DMO companies.
Heartland Dental benefits is basically the only good thing about this company. Affordable medical, 401k, paid vacation/holidays, and small bonuses here and there. 401k isn't matched but I'm not complaining.
Vacation time is almost non-existent. Insurance is also really high, and Heartland doesn't want to increase any benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.