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What questions do you have for me?

This question has been answered 56 times by professional recruiters and hiring managers. View their answers below.

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It's always a great idea to have questions ready for the interviewer. Review the company website and other online resources to ensure the questions you are asking are not mundane, or redundant. The last thing an interviewer wants to hear is a list of items you could have found the answers to from merely watching a video on their company site!

Here are some sample questions:

- When would you like to have this position filled?
- How long has this role been vacant?
- Is this a replacement search or a newly created role?
- What is your favorite part about working here?
- What is the company's primary goal for this position in the next 12 months?
- Is there anything from my background and experience that I can clarify for you?
- What do you see as the most significant change in this industry over the past three years?
- Is there any reason why you would not hire me?
3D Animator answer example
"Thank you for asking - I do have a few questions. What is top of mind when it comes to filling this role? In addition, what types of career growth opportunities would follow this position? And lastly, do you have internal candidates who are also interviewing for this position?"
Academic Advisor answer example
"Yes, I do have a couple of questions. First, could you tell me a little bit about your growth plan for this upcoming school year? Second, what is your timeline for making this hiring decision?"
Academic Dean answer example
"A few questions do come to mind. What is the biggest goal for your school this year? And, what is your proudest accomplishment since working with this university?"
Actor and Actress answer example
"Do you remember rolling your eyes when the girl in your English class would ask a question about a character in a book that she would have known the answer to if she had just read the whole chapter? Well, that's kind of how casting directors feel when an actor asks questions that they could have found the answers to on their own. 'Do you have any questions' is often another way of saying 'Are you ready' Be prepared to get started right away through researching the story, the character, the director and as much information you can gather about the production details. Sometimes a director takes a story everyone is familiar with and they put their own spin on it. Knowing that 'Romeo and Juliet' will take place in the 1970's and Juliet will be portrayed as the hippy daughter of a wealthy mobster might make a difference in how you play the role. If these kinds of questions are not answered through your prior investigation, ask! However, be prepared to change the approach you had planned to take in the way you play the character. "
Addiction Counselor answer example
"Could you walk me though a day in the position? Also, what do you like best about working here?"
Addiction Nurse answer example
"Could you walk me through a day in the position? Also, what do you like best about working here?"
Addiction Psychiatrist answer example
"Why do you like working here?"
Admissions Counselor answer example
"Yes, I do have a couple of questions. First, could you tell me a little bit about your growth plan for this upcoming school year? Second, what is your timeline for making this hiring decision?"
Allergist answer example
"Walk me through a day in your clinic."
Anesthesiologist answer example
"Thank you for asking! One question that comes to mind is how many anesthesiologists do you have on staff? Also, is this position a replacement or a newly created opening due to growth?"
Anesthesiologist Assistant answer example
"Why did you choose to work here?"
Animator answer example
"A few come to mind, yes. What is the next major project that you will be tackling? Also, who would I be reporting to in this role?"
Assistant Principal answer example
"A few questions come to mind. What's the next educational technique your school is looking to tackle? Also, what is the next step in your interviewing process?"
Attendance Clerk answer example
"From what I understand this is a newly created position, so can you tell me how you identified the need and what types of duties may not be listed in the job description? I would love to further understand a day in the life of an attendance clerk with your school."
Bacteriologist answer example
"Why did you choose to work here?"
Bank Teller answer example
"Thank you for asking - I do have a few questions. What is top of mind when it comes to filling this role? Also, what types of career growth opportunities would follow this position? And lastly, do you have internal candidates who are also interviewing for this position?"
Benefits Manager answer example
"Absolutely! What are you looking for in an ideal candidate? What type of pain points is your organization currently experiencing? What is the last successful practice your team implemented and how is it going?"
Biological Scientist answer example
"I have been a fan of your company's projects and research for as long as I can remember and I am curious what the vision is for introducing your research to new markets?"
Border Patrol Officer answer example
"I do have a couple of questions. First, when would you like to have this position filled? And second, are there any required qualifications that you do not see on my resume?"
Budget Analyst answer example
"I have been a fan of your organization ever since I performed a case study on your business strategy for a university course. I am curious what the vision is for expanding in the future to new markets, especially considering the growth of e-commerce solutions."
Claims Adjuster answer example
"A couple of questions come to mind. What type of growth are you expecting to see in the next twelve months? Also, what impact is most important for me to make immediately after starting this role?"
Clinical Research answer example
"I have a couple of questions - thanks for asking! Could you clarify for me if this is a newly created position or a replacement? Also, what is the first thing you would like to see me accomplish in this role?"
Cost Accountant answer example
"A few questions come to mind. Who would you say your biggest clients are at this time and are there new markets that your firm plans to break into in the next few years?"
Critical Care Nurse answer example
"If I were to get this job, what would you need me to do within the first 30 days?"
Dental Assistant answer example
"A couple of questions do come to mind. First, how quickly would you like to have this position filled? Second, is there anything from my background that I can further clarify for you?"
Dental Hygienist answer example
"I would love to know what your timeline is for filling this position. Also, is this role a replacement, or an opening due to growth?"
Dental Laboratory Technician answer example
"I have a couple of quick questions, yes. First, is this a replacement search, or a newly created position due to growth? Next, what is your timeframe for making a hiring decision?"
Dental School answer example
"I would love to learn more about this university, from your perspective. What is the biggest competitive edge this school has over it's competitors?"
Dietitian and Nutritionist answer example
"I have a couple of questions, thank you for asking! First, I am wondering if you can share with me why this position is open? Second, what timeline do you have in mind for filling this position?"
Dishwasher answer example
"Don't let this question catch you by surprise! After you do your research on the restaurant, write down some questions that came up for you. Next, review the restaurant website, and social media accounts, to see if any of those questions can be answered through those resources. Interviewers love to hear intelligent questions about the work environment, and job function. They like to be praised for the ways you are impressed by their reputation, and quality of food. Be strategic in your questions. If you still have uncertainties about the position that need to be clarified, this is an opportunity to get those answers as well."
Dispatcher answer example
"It's always a great idea to have questions ready for the interviewer. Review the company website and other online resources to ensure the questions you are asking are not mundane, or redundant. The last thing an interviewer wants to hear is a list of questions you could have found the answers to from simply watching a video on their company site! Here are some sample questions: - When would you like to have this position filled? - How long has this role been vacant? - Is this a replacement search or a newly created role? - What is your favorite part about working here? - What is the company's primary goal for this position in the next 12 months? - Is there anything from my background and experience that I can clarify for you? - What do you see as the biggest change in this industry over the past 3 years? - Is there any reason why you would not hire me? "
Electrical Technician answer example
"Absolutely! What are you looking for in an ideal candidate? What type of pain points is your organization currently experiencing? What is the last successful project your team implemented?"
Electrician answer example
"Thank you for asking - I do have a few questions. What is top of mind when it comes to filling this role? Also, what types of career growth opportunities would follow this position? And lastly, do you have internal candidates who are also interviewing for this position?"
Environmental Scientist answer example
"I have been a fan of your company's projects and research for as long as I can remember and I am curious what the vision is for introducing your research to new markets?"
Flight Attendant answer example
"Before you have your interview make sure you conduct research on the company and thoroughly review the job description for any clarification you may need on the position. Asking intelligent questions demonstrates to the interviewer your level of interest in their company and with the position. Tip: If for some reason you are not prepared for the interview and you need to think of questions off the top of your head, ask them questions regarding company culture, traits they are looking for in the ideal candidate, and if there is anything not listed on the job description that this position will be in charge of. Typically pay is not discussed during phone interviews, so avoid asking any payment questions unless they bring it up first. Example: “What do you enjoy about working here?” "
Forester answer example
"Yes, a few questions come to mind. Why is this position open at this time? Also, what is the career trajectory for this particular role?"
Health Educator answer example
"Why is this position available?"
Health Information Technician answer example
"What is the most important thing that I can accomplish in the first 20 days?"
Host or Hostess answer example
"Be sure to familiarize yourself with the list of duties required for the position. If you do have questions, now would be the time to ask. However, make sure that these questions are not already answered in the job posting. Ask other employees about what it's like to work there before your interview so that you have an idea of what to expect and know which questions to ask. "
Kitchen Manager answer example
"It's always a great idea to have questions ready for the interviewer. Review the company website and other online resources to ensure the questions you are asking are not mundane, or redundant. The last thing an interviewer wants to hear is a list of questions you could have found the answers to from simply watching a video on their company site! Here are some sample questions: - When would you like to have this position filled? - How long has this role been vacant? - Is this a replacement search or a newly created role? - What is your favorite part about working here? - What is the company's primary goal for this position in the next 12 months? - Is there anything from my background and experience that I can clarify for you? - What do you see as the biggest change in this industry over the past 3 years? - Is there any reason why you would not hire me? "
Laboratory Assistant answer example
"I do have a couple of questions. First, what would you like to see me accomplish in my first 30 days as your new lab assistant? Second, is this a replacement or a new opening due to growth?"
Licensed Practical Nurse answer example
"Why do you enjoy working here?"
Manager answer example
"Thank you for asking! A couple of questions come to mind. What do you see as the biggest challenge your company will be facing in the next 12 months? Also, what is your employee turnover rate, and could you tell me a bit about the retention plan you currently have in place?"
Marketing answer example
"A few questions come to mind, so thank you for asking. What's the next market the company is looking to tackle? I know you're launching a bottled beverage soon, so I wonder what is next."
Medical Coder answer example
"When should I expect to hear from you, may I contact you in a day or two?"
Medical Laboratory Technician answer example
"Take advantage of this question! So many times people run for the hills once the interview is over. You always think of the best thing to say once you've left the interview room. Feel free to write your questions down and bring them to the interview with you. A short list of 3 questions will help you keep on track, not ramble and not ask something inappropriate like how often you get smoke breaks. Here are some sample answers: "Walk me through a day here in your lab." "What would be the one thing you would like accomplished within my first 30 days?" "Why did you choose to work in this lab?"
Medical School answer example
"I would love to learn more about this university, from your perspective. What is the biggest competitive edge your school has over it's competitors?"
MRI Technologist answer example
"I would like to know more about your timeline for this hiring decision. Also, could you share with me why this position is open?"
Nursery and Greenhouse answer example
"It's always a great idea to have questions ready for the interviewer. Review the company website and other online resources to ensure the questions you are asking are not mundane, or redundant. The last thing an interviewer wants to hear is a list of questions you could have found the answers to from simply watching a video on their company site! Here are some sample questions: - When would you like to have this position filled? - How long has this role been vacant? - Is this a replacement search or a newly created role? - What is your favorite part about working here? - What is the company's primary goal for this position in the next 12 months? - Is there anything from my background and experience that I can clarify for you? - What do you see as the biggest change in this industry over the past 3 years? - Is there any reason why you would not hire me? "
Occupational Therapist Assistant answer example
"Being a few miles from a Military Facility I would imagine the caseload would consist of a number of military members, is this the case?"
Optometry School answer example
"I would love to learn more about this university, from your perspective. What is the biggest competitive edge you have over your competitors?"
Phlebotomist answer example
"Why do you enjoy working for this lab?"
Retail answer example
"I would like to ask if there is anything in my background on which you need clarification? Also, after discussing everything today, is there any particular reason why I would not be the best fit for this executive assistant role?"
Sales answer example
"Thank you for asking - I do have a few questions. What is top of mind when it comes to filling this role? Also, what types of career growth opportunities would follow this position? And lastly, do you have internal candidates who are also interviewing for this position?"
Teacher answer example
"I appreciate you opening the floor for questions. I am wondering what your timeline is for a decision on this opening? Also, what was the biggest struggle the last educator encountered in this role?"
Zookeeper answer example
"Before your interview, do your research! Make sure you have questions ready for the interviewer. Review the website to make sure the answers are not obvious. The last thing an interviewer wants to hear is a list of questions you could have found the answers to from simply watching a video on their company site! Think of questions that are relevant to the industry. Did you read something about their care for the environment or volunteering? What interests you most about their mission? Some of your questions may be asking for clarifications about something. Other questions might be delving deeper into something that interests you about their vision or their company culture. Put together a list of up to ten questions so that you are prepared!"

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What questions do you have for me?
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Apologize and ask them how/what I can do to do things better for them.
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Apologise, and prepare a complaint form and ensure them that it will not happen again, my job is to make that they have a positive experience.
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I would listen to the pt and then thank them for bringing to my attention and apologize that they feel this way and let the pt know I will fix the problem to make them feel more comfortable.
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I prepare a complaint form, I would do all I could to know what it was that make the patient unsatisfied and I do my best to fix the problem before the next visit.
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Apoligize and ensure them that it wont happen again my job is to make sure they have a positive experience.
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Complete a complaint form, and find out what it was that made the patient dissatified . we would do all we could to fix the problem for next visit.
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Apologize to the patient, and ask what I can do better to make sure their next experience is a positive one.
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I would first apologize to the patient and then in a non jugemental way, ask for the dtails of why they were upset, and what could have been done better. When I had the opportunity, I would speak privately with the dentist (while the patient was still there), and tell them what the complain was. It is then up to the dentist to explain or aplogize again to the patient.
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I would listen without interupption and thank them for bring that to my attention. I would apologize for making them uncomfortable and for my behavior, and ask what I could do to make their experience better.
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I wouldn't react in a negative way I would say is their anything I can do to better assure that you are satisfied within this visit.
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Apoloize and make sure it doesnt happen again.
12.
I would appologize and say sorry your feel that ways and ask them why they feel like they wernt taken care of properly.
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Tell them I was sorry. And try to do better. Treat the well with kindness.
14.
I will check first.
15.
I would slap their mouth.
16.
I wouldn't have no problem about it.
17.
Depending on how angry they were, I may have to take them into a private consulting room and listen to their problem. I would apologise and reassure that the next time if they preferred, they could have someone else to assist or if my apology was enough, I would ensure that I ould care for them a whole lot more next time.
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I would ask the patient why they felt that way. Then assure them that you had done everything need to help them. Then ask the patient what I can do to make their experience at our office better.
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I would ask what are the concerns the patient is having and I would ask if there was anything I can do for them and reassure them that I am taking a the necessary steps to treat them the best way I can.
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I give a sincere apology and try to give a better care in their next appointment.
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Ask questions to discover why they feel that way.
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Ask the patient exactly what bothered them and try to talk with them about it.
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Figure out what the problem was and find out how to fix it and make sure it never happens again.
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I would be calm and attentive, and I would listen to understand how I can best care for them this time around.
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Apologize for the inconvenience and ask how it can be done better, let the doctor know.
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I will complete to complain form and calm apologise or ask the manager to apologise on my behalf. I will learn from it and try to improve.
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I will calmly explain everything that I did and how it was the best treatment I could provide. I would then ask them what I could have done differently to make their experience better.
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Listen listen listen tell them you'll note in their chart and better handle the situation next visit.
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Apologetic, ask what happened fix the issue.
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Take it as constructive critizsm.
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Speak with the patient and find out there concerns and apologise. Ensure them you will put your faults in place for there next appointment.
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I will tell them that I am sure the assistant did her best to make you feel comfortable and cared for.
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Calm and hear where the bad was.
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I would make every effort to pay close attention to my actions during the patients visit and go above and beyond to make sure they feel comfortable in my care.
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I would try an stay nutral and I would let the patient know I understand and then I would let the Dentist know so he can talk to the patient.
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I will apologise for any misunderstandings or fault from my side.
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Of course be apologetic. Because arguing with the patient won't help anything. And ask the patient if they have time to speak with the office manager.
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I will apologize and as how I can improve.
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I will ask the patient of what was the causing problem and I will try to resolve and make sure it will never happened again.
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I would get more information from them and have the office manager see what they could do.
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I will tell them that we deeply apologize.
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I would ask in detail what the visit was like and apologies.
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I would prepare a complaint form, do all I could to find out what it was that made the patient unsatisfied and do my best to fix the problem before the next visit.
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I do take this personally, but use as teaching element for myself.
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Fine out what the problems was so that I can correct it by their next visit.
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I would simply give them my deepest apology. I would simply ask what the problem was so that I could get it resolved to keep them comfortable.
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Inside, I will be hurt, but outwardly I would ask a lot of questions calmly and rationally, and try to come to a mutually satisfying agreement for our next meeting.
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Ask what specifically they feel was the issue. Validate their concerns and explain why the dentist proceeded as he did.
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I would give them my deepest apology and assure them it will not happen again.
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I am sorry that happened. In what way can we make this visit better for you?
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I would be very apologetic to the patient as well as the doctor.
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I would apologize and ask how they thought I could do better this time.
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I would ask what I did that she did not like and I would do my best to improve for the next visit.
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I would apologize and ask them to explain how exactly they weren't cared for. I would reassure them and later speak to you about their concerns and why they were upset.
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I would show empathy and ask the client hpw they would have liked the appointment to go in future so we can improve their care and also help our services to improve.
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I would show both sympathy and empathy and ask how the visit could have improved. I would let them know that I will pass along the information so we don't run into anything like that again.
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I will listen to the patient and will pull out the patient's file, review the procedure done during the visit and I will tell the patient politely that I am going to inform the dentist that she/he is here.
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I will apologize and tell them I will do my best to make up for it this time.
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I would ask them what | did wrong and apologize.
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Okay it is not to late to change that you have to make a councouos dicisiousin to g et threw this I know you can and I will help just give the office a call and ask for me and I will call you asap.
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Ask them to tell me in more details to be able to hear them and get their point of view. See where I could have gone wrong in their eyes.
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I would take with good fate and explain the situation and report to my line manager thereafter.
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I would say, I'm sorry you feel that way. Can you explain to me why you feel that way?
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I would apologize and inform them I will do my best to give them the best care around.
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I will apologize to them, ask them what was wrong, and ask what I can do for them to have a better experience this time.
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I will react in a calm manor with a sincere apology, ask how I can fix this and reassure the patient that it will not happen again.
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I would ensure them that you take very proper care of all of your patients and will discuss it with you in the near future.
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Calmly, ask why they feel that way. Your patients interests are of the utmost importance to you.
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I would invite them into my chair and treat them like Royalty throughout the appointment.
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Yes, I really like to meet new people and talk with them. I believe yo learn a lot from others.
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We will help them out and say that to the doctor.
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I would want to know what I did wrong so that I could rectify it... And apologize.
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Ask for forgiveness and clarify for the complaint.
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Fist apologize that her expectations were not met, find out from the patient what I can do to improve it.
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I would apologies and ask if there is anything that I could possibly do for them.
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I will apologize and try to understand what went wrong from their view point and strive to make there experience better next time by listening to what theyd like.
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Take it to consideration apologies and work on my skills next time.
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Ask then what I could've done to make it a better experience the next time.
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I'm sure it was all a misunderstanding and we can fix it. If you allow us to.
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Listen to the patient and thank them for being honest with me and apologize that the situation happens. Tell pt I will do my best to correct the situation and make them feel more. Comfortable.
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I would apology if they felt that way, and ask them what the problem was so that I could get it right this time in order of them keep coming with us and feel comfortable in every single appointment.
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Well I would ask them in what eay did I make them feel uncomfortable and just try to comfort them and apologize.
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I will do whatever I need to do to care for a patient properly and I will change whatever I did that was wrong.
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I will first apologize. I will then document the complaint and do what ever I can to correct the complaint before moving on to the next patient.
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The next time they came in I would take extra care and find out what the concerns were on their last visit.
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Ask what I can do better next time.
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I would bring out a complaint form so that I could note my mistakes and correct them the next time the patient comes in.
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I would ask them to explain their concerns and truly listen to what they are saying in case possibly they are right and something was missed. However, if they are wrong I will just explain to them the entire procedure and the reasons things are done the way that they are done.
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I would ask how so, so I know and talk to the doctor about it and also apologize if it was my fault. If not I would explain how what I did was in fact correct and that I am sorry that they felt neglected and I would make sure they wouldn't feel that way again.
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I will ask them to explain.
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Ask them what their concern was, what they thought should have been done . Inform them that you will pass it on to the dentist immediately.
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I would refer to complaints procedure and handle it in a professional manner and do my best to have it dealt with as soon as I can.
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If they told me face-to-face, I would apologize, listen to how the responded, and try to correct what I did to make them feel that way. If they didn't tell me that, I would strive to go above and beyond to make them reverse their thoughts.
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Try to resolve the situation listen to what problem was and help.
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I will try my best to take care of them and my other patients much better next time.
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Reassure them and help them resolve the issue.
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I would apologize to the patient and ask them what I can do differently to ensure they and others receive proper care in the future.
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In a calm manor and get the patient to explain their concerns and see what we can do in order to make them feel better.
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Follow up on their chart and try to recall what what the situation was at the time.
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I will apologise and see to it he is treated well in his next appointment.
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I will say im sorry what could we do to help you.

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