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Tag Archives: Practice Managers

The gender pay gap

The gender pay gap is holding female dentists back—as well as the profession. Here’s how practices can remove barriers to women’s equal participation in the workforce. By Angela Tufvesson with contribution of Bethan Flood. The article was originally published by Bite Magazine. Australia’s gender pay gap is just over 13 per cent. This means women […]

How to manage resistance to change in the dental practice

“CHANGE”. It’s that dirty word that many of us regard as a scary thing. It involves risk and uncertainty; therefore, it induces some level of stress or anxiety. When it comes to implementing changes in the dental practice, it usually falls to either the Practice Manager or the Practice Owner to implement them and it […]

What Practice Managers need to be equipped with

The role of the Practice Manager in a dental practice is becoming more and more critical to the success of the practice. Over the years we have met hundreds of Practice Managers and learned from them how important it is to be open to learning new skills. In recent years, we have shared many ideas […]

Making your Practice Mentally Healthy in 2020

We all have a responsibility to provide a safe and fair workplace for our employees. Creating a mentally healthy Practice has benefits for both the Principal Dentist, the employees and the patients! A mentally healthy practice should support the mental health of the individual and the team as a whole. This should then lead to […]

Unpaid Trials

It is quite often the case within a dental practice that a new employee is requested to complete a trial. If you are requesting this at your practice……are you completing it correctly?? Trials are traditionally unpaid and should be for no more than a few hours at most. The aim of a trial is to […]

Resumes and their Red Flags

Whether it’s your own resume or a resume you have received for a role, there are several areas within a resume that may be detrimental to the applicant’s progression to the next stage – sometimes referred to as “red flags”. Many of these may be addressed in interviews, but some may hinder the application progressing […]

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