A - No there is no charge to the referred staff.
A - The dental office pays the referred staff either at the end of the work day or during their regularly scheduled payroll.
A - Not always, it depends on the office and the salary you have earned. If the office requires that you complete a W-4 form then taxes will be taken out of your paycheck. If you fill out a 1099 form then taxes won't be taken out of your paycheck, however, the office will report your earnings to the IRS. You must then report your earnings to the IRS when you file your taxes.
A - No, you should provide your own uniform and prescription eyewear. If you are latex sensitive then you should provide your own gloves. All other barriers are provided by the office.
A - Yes! And we'd appreciate helping you in that regards.
A - You usually are given ample notification (usually at least a week), however, emergencies do occur and if we have your permission to call on short notice we may call the day of.
A - Please call 530-891-0691 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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