Life Is Too Short To Settle For A Career You Know Is Not The Perfect Fit
Most dental staff force themselves to struggle through 5 days doing work they don’t love just so they can earn enough money to spend 2 days on the weekend finally enjoying themselves.
And the greatest source of stress in our lives is related to our jobs. Toxic workplaces. Drama-queen colleagues. Bosses with no vision and no plan. Feeling over-worked, under-paid, and under-appreciated.
It’s no wonder that the turnover rate in dental offices is so high. Recent studies show that the average dental staff changes jobs every 4 years.
Hamilton Dentist Dr. Michael Ling
You Deserve Better... and We Can Help You Get It
You can finally take control of your career with us at our dental practices in Ancaster and Dundas.
You CAN and SHOULD have a career that:
Maximizes your strengths... rather than one that keeps trying to fix your “weaknesses”
Gives you control over what, where, when, and how you do your work… rather than getting assigned a checklist of tasks to complete
Makes you feel like an indispensable, key player… rather than a replaceable part in a big machine
Allows you to create a bigger and brighter future for your team and your patients… rather than struggling to keep up with your to-do list
Puts you in a position to make a positive impact in the world… rather than just punching the clock in exchange for a paycheque
Hi, I'm Dr. Michael Ling
Most dental staff I meet are tired of the drama, the stress, and the chaos at work. They feel like their workplaces are changing for the worse. Less teamwork and trust. More emphasis on profits over people.
Well... I want to give you hope that work doesn't have to suck.
I'm the father of 5 and a dentist in Hamilton who makes great places to work that happen to be dental practices.
My wife, Dr. Meagan Bennett, and I have spent the first 14 years of our careers bringing amazing people together to do amazing things... together.
Our last project grew to be one of the largest dental practices in North America. We had over 60 staff and 25 treatment rooms in a single location.
The secret to our success? Hiring great people, putting them in a position to do great things, and then getting out of the way.
We don't micromanage our people. We don't "motivate" them. And we don't "hold them accountable" either.
Instead, we hire grown-ups, treat them like grown-ups, and then expect them to act like grown-ups.
Simple as that.
Dr. Michael and Meadow Ling
When we build a team based on trust, amazing things happen.
Work is less stressful... because we have the same vision and plan.
Work is more fun... because we are working beside people we actually like and care about.
Work is more fulfilling.. because we feel like we are making progress both as a team and in our individual careers.
I'm looking for a Level 2 Dental Assistant in Ancaster and Dundas, ON.
No evenings, Fridays, or weekend hours, so you can be home for dinner every night and enjoy a 3-day weekend every week.
Is this role the right fit for you? Click the button below to apply and let's find out!
Dr. Michael Ling shares why it's so important to find your "Perfect-Fit Career"
Dr. Michael Ling with his wife, Dr. Meagan Bennett, and their 5 children Avery, Brooke, Brady, Parker, and Meadow
This role is NOT for everyone. Here are the 3 types of people DON'T fit on our team.
Still On the Fence About Applying?
If you're feeling nervous about leaving something familiar for something new...
Or if you're feeling guilty about moving on from a team that's been good to you...
Or if you're unsure about whether it's time for a fresh start...
Then I don't blame you. You wouldn't be human if you didn't feel anxious about even considering the possibility of a career change.
You are at a fork in the road.
To the left is the familiar path. It's comfortable. It's safe. Things at work probably "are what they are" - they're not likely to get much better or much worse for the rest of your career. If you can look back in 20 years and be 100% sure that you'd be happy with that path, then that's great. There's no need to change anything.
But if there's even a tiny bit of doubt, you owe it to yourself to at least take a look at the path to the right.
The path to the right is the unknown. It's new. It's a bit scary. But it also offers the excitement of a fresh start. The chance to wipe the slate clean. By now you probably know what kind of workplace you want to be a part of, and this path gives you the opportunity to not just be a part of one, but to create one.
Still on the fence? Here are 3 questions to ask yourself about your career decisions
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