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Q2 Business Survey Looks at Staff Compensation Practices

2018 Q2 survey feature graphic - compensation

The Quarterly Business Survey of ADA members sponsored by ADA Member Advantage in cooperation with the Center for Professional Success finds that general and specialty dentists are generally compensated based on either production or salary, while other staff are paid on an hourly basis. The most common benefits offered to those working in a practice include vacation time, dental benefits, paid sick time, and paid professional development.

Overall, 35 percent of dentists say they have a compensation incentive program for staff. Of practices with such a program, 54 percent are based on collection, 32 percent are based on production, and 14 percent are based on other factors.

2018 Q2 business survey staff compensation infographic

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Information was obtained from a survey of members of the ADA Advisory Circle, a representative sample  of ADA membership, during the second quarter of 2018.

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