Together Dental
Happiness score is 38 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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    Andy Cresswell
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 20 reviews and is evolving.



Dental Nurse in Norwich, Norfolk
on 19 January 2022
Very busy practice good staff
Great team to work with and good management, pay often wrong and takes weeks sometimes months to sort out, people higher up constantly coming in wanting to make changes. No sense of importance, you’re easily replaceable in their eyes. All they care about is how much money they’re bringing into the business!
HR Administrator in Brentwood
on 29 December 2022
A company that values their staff
I left the motor trade after 7 years of feeling like a number and since joining together dental 18 months ago, I feel valued, listened to and I enjoy coming to work. I feel I have a good work / life balance and I’m paid a good salary for my role which is higher than I have seen others advertised for in my area.
Practice Manager in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
on 5 December 2022
Awful company
Big company with minimal staff. Rude management who think they are above everyone else. The dentists bully and nothing gets done about it. Training is poor as the company do not have anyone to train staff, even nurses are thrown in at the deep end without training. You have to beg for expenses to be paid and can take weeks/months. They do not have proper access to patient records making it difficult to handle complaints properly and not keeping in line with GDPR. Changes need to be made for the better but no one allows you to do so as set in their ways. Far too much bickering and back stabbing.
Receptionist in Essex
on 22 July 2022
Worst company to work in.
This is the worst company to work in. If you are a dentist, hygienist or anything relating to this field look elsewhere. The worst company to work for. You will never be looked after. You will be expected to do everything on your own. People abuse you (patients) and nothing is done. I've been spat at and even hit by patients and nothing was done about it. I was expected to work still. Dont work here if you value your safety or even your mental health. every 3 months people leave
Receptionist in Clapham, Greater London
on 16 February 2022
Felt like family
I learned a lot in dentistry, even if I had never worked in this department. The most enjoyable part of the job is the contact with the patients, even if sometimes can be the hardest. I have always received support from the management, who helped me to grown up a lot.

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