Smiles Dental Group Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryDental Clinics
Dental Assistant/Receptionist in Edmonton, AB
on 7 September 2019
not a long term job
typical work day is busy, unorganized and unprofessional. there is a high turn over of staff members most enjoyable part of day is lunch break and end of day shift
Sterilization Technician in Edmonton, AB
on 17 December 2020
Contantly overworked and getting criticized
This is an awful clinic to work at. Incredibly overbooked because the dentist just wants to make money, but not staffed enough for how they book. Dentists are constantly falling behind and everything that goes wrong gets blamed on someone else. Nearly every shift I was pulled aside to be told about how something was missed or how I needed to keep on top of something that shouldn't have been my responsibility (ex. Constantly reminding the dentist which patients were waiting for him) even though I was already super busy with sterilization (what I was actually hired for). Basically you can never meet their standards, will always get yelled at and almost always end up working 2 hours longer than you're scheduled because they fell behind. There were 3 girls working in sterilization and all of us ended up quitting after not working there long due to the bad work environment.
Administrator in Edmonton, AB
on 15 July 2020
Fun and positive work place
Loved the job. Would recommend this company to anyone looking to grow and start a career. Was a good opportunity to improve my abilities and learn at a quick pace.
Administrative Assistant in Mill Woods Park, AB
on 13 May 2020
Worst place to work
To begin with, they just throw you to manage and know everything on the very first day of the job without any help from your manager or co-workers, office gossips, poor management, horrible Manager, no respect for your work, favoritism dominates in this company, this job has huge potential to take a great toll on your mental level and personal life, stay away from them.
Dental Administrator in Spruce Grove, AB
on 13 March 2020
Low company morale. High expectations with no training whatsoever ever. Extremely high turnover. No faith in the people they hire. They don’t like it when you ask question regarding your role.
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