Office Manager in Orillia
I worked with some wonderful people there, but they have all moved on!
A typical dental office, girl's were awesome to work with, but most have them have moved on now. I enjoyed guiding the team to meet and exceed goals. It became more of a businesslike atomsphere and not a healthcare atomsphere. If it had remained a healthcare atmsphere and always putting the needs of patients before money I would still be there.
amazing team atmosphere and learning opportunities
it's not always easy to find a workplace with people who want to be there and people who enjoy the work they do. Georgian Dental is one of those places. Co-workers are supportive, management asks for feedback and take appropriate action to improve (not all employers do this!! at least not my previous ones!), and as a team work together to be productive and provide the best service to patients.
Please reconsider, this office is not as it would appear. It's all smoke and mirrors. Too much expectations of production while in a pandemic. Not enough fowle time between patients.
Clinical member in Barrie, ON
Supportive and positive workplace
a great place to be if you want to grow in the dental industry especially starting out. Staff changes don’t seem to be any higher than the other places I have been at. Management is quick to remove members who can’t keep up with the fast paced nature of the clinic or do not fit with the existing team culture. I am appreciated for hard work here, such a difference compared to my previous employer who was mean and rude. Owners used to offer an incentive program pre Covid but it had to canceled due to the pandemic, hopefully they will be able to bring it back again as it was nice to have the extra pay. Overall it’s a good place to be, but you have to be prepared to learn.
Clinical Staff in Orillia and Barrie
Potential Employees Beware
DO NOT WORK HERE. Both offices are very toxic. They do not represent their "office culture". Management encourages gossip which contributes to a negative, stressful work environment (but thats when management is actually in office and not out to lunch or running personal errands for majority of the day). You are not paid based on your experience. You will NOT get any raises. Associate dentists are great but also over-tasked and pressured about production which leads to the schedule being too crowded to be safe during a pandemic. Staff turnover is extremely high. Staff are nice but treated poorly. Do not expect any advancement and there is no job security as you can be let go at anytime. They will actually post an ad for your job while you are still working there. Everyone is easily replaced.