Dental Auxillary Against Psychotic Dentists 1m 257
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So as I was getting back into the dental field after being a mom for a year and I was jumping in with 2 feet. I was pretty desperate to find work so I accepted my first offer at a Dentist office.
The interview itself was weird. I immediately noticed her continual use of “huh?” in her sentences.
Something to the liking of “Hi, huh?, how you doing, huh? so nice to meet you huh?” She also moved very fast and roving eyes. This bitch was crazy! So I met the rest of the staff and they looked pretty normal but were eager to give ample warning. Too bad I had already accepted and would start the following week. She can never keep staff and you’ll always see someone different.
RED FLAGS PEOPLE! I’m not just saying that because I got fired on my 4th day because really I was hoping for it by then. I even heard patients’ parents tell me stories! While I was there a man stopped by to pick up the check that was owed to his daughter for her last workweek (It was 3 months past due).
I made her give him one because I also spoke to the staff and found it to be true. Are you kidding me! Keep your kids far far away from her, I don’t know how her work is, but I saw a lot of tears that day.
She had an adopted daughter too, felt so sorry for that kid. She seemed pretty normal though thank goodness huh?