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Dental Workers Newsletter, May 2016

Welcome to Our Quarterly Newsletter!

Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Dental Workers' Newsletter! Our newsletter, packed with interesting tidbits and information, will be delivered quarterly, fresh off the virtual pixel press, straight into your Inbox. We welcome your feedback and any articles or any other information you would like to contribute, so please send us your information here – we look forward to hearing from you!





Play With Us Anywhere!

Dentalworkers.com is now a Responsive Web Technology site! What this exciting news means is that our site will 'respond' to the width and height of each and every current and future device, including smart phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers allowing it to work even better. This means for you - our dear end-users and clients - that you will enjoy a better, fully-functional, end-user experience, which ultimately means that you no longer have to be in the office or in front of your desktop computer in order to use the employment tools we have to offer! You will be able to receive and review information on your cell phones and tablets!



Ace that Dental Assistant Interview (Here's How!)

Congratulations!

You canvassed Dental Assistant openings on Dentalworkers.com, and your resume caught the attention of an employer. Whether it's dreaded or not, the interview looms near, and with a little prep and homework on your part, you can nail this.

- Be prepared to answer questions: specifics about former jobs, whether you know how to perform certain procedures, how well do you work with clients, your computer skills, and that's just some of it. You may be asked why you left a job, and if this is your first job, do you have any relevant experience, like volunteering. Be honest, and show enthusiasm!

- Know something about the office or company where you are interviewing: how long they have been around, what are their specialties, how many staff members are there, what is their client load. You'd be amazed at how many people don't bother to learn about a company before they go to an interview – do NOT fall into this group of uneducated people!

- You may get asked to do a hands-on task as part of the interview. Some employers will want to observe your skills or techniques.

- The interview process is not just a one-way street! Remember, as much as you are being sized up and evaluated, this is also your time to ascertain how you like what you have seen in the office, and how you think you'll fit in. You can ask questions such as "What type of patients do you have?". You can also ask if the interviewer has any further questions for your or any concerns that you have not yet answered yet.

- No matter how you feel the interview transpired, always send the interviewer a Thank-You email or note – you can still continue to be proactive, even after the interview….

GOOD LUCK!



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Are You My Type?

I am an INFP (Intervert, Intuitive, Feeling and Perceptive) – What are you?

It could be the greatest new hook-up line for Millennials.

In a recent study, the most common Myers-Briggs types in the dental field are: are ISFJ (Introvert, Sensing, Feeling and Judging) (18%), followed by ESFJ (Extrovert, Sensing, Feeling and Judging) (17%), ESTJ (Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking and Judging) (14%), and ISTJ (Introvert, Sensing, Thinking and Judging) (13%).

So, what is Myers-Briggs? It is basically a personality type indicator, which helps define your personality and how it equates to your work, your lifestyle and how best you get along with others. Plus, it is fun to find out more about yourself.

You can take a short quiz here to discover YOUR type, plus it will give you your ideal career choices!



The Dental Resume, Demystified.

The American Student Dental Association (ASDA), says that it takes an employer only five seconds to make an impression about your resume. Therefore, in this short amount of time (forget the notion about "15 minutes of fame" – ain't no one got time for that, anymore!), you need to grab their attention and let them know about all the great things you have done! Clicking HERE will take you to the ASDA site for "Tips for Writing Your CV/Resume".





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"The Top 5 Things Dental Assistants Do Wrong...And How To Change That"

On the Dental Practice Management website, Tija Hunter, CDA, EFDA, CDIA, FADAA, breaks down these five things, which include:

1. Finding a job

2. Speaking professionally

3. Establishing office routine…from an old office

4. Getting up in the middle of a procedure, and

5. Time Management

Read further HERE.



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