Willamette Dental Group FAQ

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October 22, 2020

What is health insurance like at Willamette Dental Group?

Pros

Benefits, PTO, health insurance, holiday pay

Cons

long shifts and mandatory saturdays

Benefits, PTO, health insurance, holiday pay

October 22, 2020

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January 29, 2019

Does Willamette Dental Group offer dental insurance?

Pros

Good benefits! Tons of PTO. Healthcare. Free dental. Etc. Lots of perks! Cool coworkers and manager!

Cons

Not a lot of room for growth unless you want to be manager at some point and an opening comes up.

Free dental.

January 29, 2019

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June 30, 2018

How are senior leaders perceived at Willamette Dental Group?

Pros

Great work life balance, senior leadership truly values employees and runs the company with integrity

Cons

Would like better company sponsored CE

Advice to Management

Better opportunities for CE training in specialty work

Great work life balance, senior leadership truly values employees and runs the company with integrity

June 30, 2018

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June 27, 2018

How are the career development opportunities at Willamette Dental Group?

Pros

The benefits are out of this world great. Great hours. I like the 10 hour days with the possibility of OT.

Cons

I wish that Dental assistants were included in the Restorative courses. I feel that dental assistants have more knowledge of the restorative procedures due to seeing the procedures performed day in and day out. We also have a great interest in this area due to our chosen career over a career in hygiene.

We also have a great interest in this area due to our chosen career over a career in hygiene.

June 27, 2018

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April 11, 2019

How is management perceived at Willamette Dental Group?

Pros

They are able to spend money on upgrades and people that are needed at times, some good processes in place

Cons

Micromanagement and inability to listen to employees were the main factors that made me leave. I worked with a good team of people there, but the new management made me stressed out 3x more than I should have been as I was always worried about losing my job. Kept holding my 'annual review' over my head as a threat, and was always commenting that I wasn't doing my job (spoiler alert: I was doing my job+ more).

Advice to Management

Listen to what the employees say. If they go over their bosses head to tell you that there's an issue, you should take that. especially if you have several people telling you the same thing.

I worked with a good team of people there, but the new management made me stressed out 3x more than I should have been as I was always worried about losing my job.

April 11, 2019

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