Dental Employee Policies

Dental Employee Policies

CTC National can help train you on how to establish consistent and fair guidelines for your employees. Having these guidelines in place will help ensure that your business runs smoothly and that each employee knows what his or her responsibilities include. Having a policy manual in place will also minimize the risk of miscommunication and conflict.

Employee Policies In the Dental Office

A few examples of proper employee policies include:

  • Employee benefits
  • Work days and hours
  • Pay increases and/or bonuses
  • Hygiene and dress requirements
  • Standards of performance at your practice (this includes punctuality, administrative duties, and customer service guidelines)
  • Possible reasons for dismissal

Having policies in place, and making sure to enforce them, will help your employees stay motivated and can even increase job satisfaction. We know that your practice is important to you, and making your employees aware of your expectations of them will reflect this.

CTC National can train you on how to put together your employee policies and how to update them on a regular basis. It can also be a good idea to ask your employees for their input when updating your policies. This will make them feel more invested in the parameters that have been set for your dental practice.

For more information on creating successful employee policies, or to speak with a skilled dental consultant, please contact CTC National. We’ve helped dental practices nationwide!

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