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Conduct interviews with the cleaning companys representative. Give him or her a tour of the office and explain in detail what to clean, the results you expect. If the representative is taking notes and paying attention, you are on the right track to finding a good cleaning company. If the representatives eyes are glazing over or looks as if he or she would rather be somewhere else, scratch that company off your list. Attention to detail can make or break a deal with clients or even employees coming in to a less than spectacular office environment.
4. What were your general first impressions of the office development? Is the building looking tired or is it fresh and well decorated? This is again important for both staff and visiting clients. Staff will have to work in this building every day and clients may well make a judgement, based on the standard of your office.
This involves more than just telling a patient things about their situation. People in a dental office also need to develop the ability to know what their patient is communicating to them. This involves making an effort to know the patient realizes what is being said. This effort can avoid misunderstandings and result in better care.
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