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Fighting the great resignation, and dental prevention

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I was recently a speaker at a conference with over 100 HR professionals in the room, and half of the topics focused on creating a welcoming climate in the workplace, meeting employee needs, and how to convince them to return to the office. What I told the audience was that, over the last few years, three former employees got in touch, inquiring about jobs at our clinic.


How we managed to do that?
By being ourselves, with openness and transpa­rency, and by applying the values we believe in in our organizational culture. That includes providing full care for our team members, extending all the way to covering their healthcare needs. If our em­plo­yees and their families are well cared for, we can achieve the best performance in the workplace.
We also launched prevention programs for our business partners, because the con­cept is unfortunately neglected in our country. Our interactive sessions at their offices, have been developed to cover more communication channels.

We provide webinars on various topics, from oral and body hygiene to neuroplas­ti­city, as well as in-person seminars on non-verbal communication and the social perception of smile. We also perform dental evaluations at company offices and Open Day events at our clinic, when our partners' employees can benefit from free treatments and have their families pam­pered. This is a high-impact strategy, and our partner companies are extremely satisfied. And so are we!
It means a lot to us to have 200 parti­ci­pants at a webinar, with not a single person leaving the webinar early, as it was the case at a recent such event held together with KPMG!
Campaigning for oral healthcare pre­ven­tion, we often participate in social pro­grams in partnership with the ACSIS Association and in programs supported by the Capital Police. These programs have an important component in schools, in reha­bilitation centers and in other locations.
New concepts such as apsychoden­tis­try and the use of medical hypnosis, VR and neurofeedback devices, sometimes the use of laughing gas, and intravenous sedation make our approach even more ho­listic, the patient being evaluated as a whole.
Dr Lorelei Nassar DMD, MD, PhD Student
www.drnassar.ro

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