Let’s get straight to the point. Yes, a dental hygienist can be an independent contractor, but if only he/she appropriately follows the rules.
In the business world, it’s generally agreed upon that administrative staff (customer service, marketing, sales, executives, etc) help generate the most revenue. Obviously, this assumes that you also have an amazing service or product to offer.
How many times have you hired a dental assistant you are excited about, only to realize a few days later that he/she isn’t what you anticipated. Perhaps you are even in a worse situation than you were before employing them. Wasn’t it frustrating? Did you put the blame on someone? Or did you blame yourself since you were the one actually in charge of the hiring process? Well, avoid such dental assistant recruitment pitfalls by embracing the following tips.