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  • www.heartland.com
  • Effingham, IL
  • Mehr als 10.000 Mitarbeiter
  • 1997
  • Privatunternehmen
  • Dienstleistungen im Gesundheitswesen und Krankenhäuser
  • 1 bis 2 Milliarden $ (USD)

KonkurrentenPacific Dental Services, Aspen Dental, Smile Brands
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  1. Vorstellungsgespräch für eine Beschäftigung als Director of Affiliations Turned to PTR

    Anonymer Mitarbeiter in Overland Park, KS
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    Negative Erfahrung
    Durchschnittl. Gespräch


    I was interviewed by both a recruiter and Regional Director of Operations. The phone interview with a recruiter was cordial and pleasant. She stated how impressed she was with my qualifications and offered a follow up. However, the follow up took a very long time to materialize after numerous friendly reminders on my part. Finally the recruiter texted me with great news that the next person wants to interview me ASAP. The second interview with the Regional Director of Operations went well (my perception of course based on her comments) and she also seemed fairly friendly and conversational. It ended with “you’ll be hearing from me towards the end of the week”. Yet again, no follow through. A few weeks later, I follow up. No response nor acknowledgement of any kind. Finally the recruiter generates an automated rejection response. I reply back thanking them for their time and consideration and kindly ask to provide feedback that influenced this decision. It is only natural for a candidate to have access to some facts after a series of accolades during the interview process for self-improvement purposes. Although, I realize they aren’t obligated to provide any type of feedback and can technically continue ignoring candidates, I thought perhaps there is at least some decency involved. Unfortunately, even that was too much to ask.

    Here are my impressions based on the information I have at hand so far:
    - lack of respectful and timely communication reflects poorly on the organization. If the candidate will be hired on, there has already been a negative experience they have to offset. Not a great start for any organization! I decided to apply to Heartland in the first place because I know people that spoke very highly of the organization. Now, I have concrete, first hand evidence I would not wish to work in this type of culture, thanks to this experience.
    - it seems as though they might not be organized nor have efficient communication throughout departments in their hiring process
    - they might not be ready for a new candidate /position and start too early, thus leaving candidates guessing why no one is getting back to them in a timely manner. ***The role I applied for was a different role they presented me with - the original role evolved into a different version of the role. Unfocused and confusing. Leads me to believe, yet again, there’s no clear direction and vision as to where they want to lead the organization.

    Advice to recruiters and hiring managers:
    Please be respectful to candidates’ time! They don’t have to keep harassing you to get your attention, especially when the recruiter herself suggests to set a time for the consequent communication. If you know they aren’t a good fit early on, consider letting them know respectfully so they can move on with their job search! This is just the right thing to do, it’s expected and you would want this treatment for the people you love. Also, please consider responding to the candidates’ question to provide candid feedback. It’s a professional and a thoughtful way to end. Please understand that by poorly communicating and ignoring the candidates reflects negatively on the organization as a whole. You aren’t doing any favors for the company you represent and it’s not fair to the organization that works hard to serve their communities!

    Why do you want to work at Heartland Dental?

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Aktuelles aus dem Unternehmen

12. Februar 2021
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Building upon its record-setting growth of adding more than 150 newly supported offices in 2020, Heartland Dental announced ambitious plans for further group practice affiliation opportunities across the nation this year. Augmenting its 20 year record of leadership, Heartland Dental will continue to advance its best-in-class DeNovo and single-office affiliation growth at higher levels, while adding expertise in affiliating with group practices and regional dental support organizations (DSO). Heartland's affiliation team is not only working with owner doctors, but also actively engaging with brokers, investment bankers and financial advisors to explore transition strategies for their dental clients and their investments, while also creating new opportunities to burnish their legacy by improving and expanding the support they provide to their doctors and teams. Heartland Dental now supports more than 1,800 dentists in over 1,150 offices across 38 states.
Shared image - Heartland Dental Builds on Transformational Year with Accelerated Growth Plans for 2021
Heartland Dental Builds on Transformational Year with Accelerated Growth Plans for 2021
12. Februar 2021
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ICYMI: Heartland Dental Heartland Dental acquired Tru Family Dental, the Southfield, Michigan-based regional dental support organization (DSO), which includes ten offices in Illinois and thirteen in Michigan. The all-cash transaction closed at the end of 2020. "We are thrilled to welcome Tru Family Dental into the Heartland Dental family, and we believe our similar doctor-led and patient-focused organizations are well-aligned for mutual success," said Patrick Bauer, Heartland Dental President and CEO. "Tru Family Dental has achieved incredible milestones over the past six years, all the while supporting its doctors to provide exceptional oral health care to their patients. Together, we will continue to build and strengthen Tru's infrastructure while using Heartland Dental's proven systems and processes to best support these great doctors and their teams in delivering their communities the highest quality dental care and experiences."
Shared image - Heartland Dental Grows National Network of Supported Offices with Acquisition of Tru Family Dental
Heartland Dental Grows National Network of Supported Offices with Acquisition of Tru Family Dental

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