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Question 7 of 30 for our Air Traffic Controllers Mock Interview

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Question 7 of 30

As an air traffic controller, you will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement. Have you ever broken a confidentiality agreement?

How to Answer

Airlines and air traffic organizations will have confidentiality agreements for a variety of reasons. These could be to protect their trade secrets or keep sensitive information away from the public. Talk to the interviewer about your thoughts on confidentiality agreements.

Written by Rachelle Enns on April 6th, 2021

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    As an air traffic controller, you will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement. Have you ever broken a confidentiality agreement?

      How to Answer

      Airlines and air traffic organizations will have confidentiality agreements for a variety of reasons. These could be to protect their trade secrets or keep sensitive information away from the public. Talk to the interviewer about your thoughts on confidentiality agreements.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on April 6th, 2021

      1st Answer Example

      "I never have, to my knowledge, broken a confidentiality agreement. Despite my reasons for leaving a position, I would never choose to hurt a previous employer in any way."

      Written by Rachelle Enns on April 6th, 2021

      Entry Level

      "No. I have only once had a confidentiality agreement and had no problem adhering to it."

      Written by Rachelle Enns on April 6th, 2021

      Experienced

      "Confidentiality agreements are necessary and important to protect an organization. I understand the need for confidentiality and take those factors very seriously. I have never broken the trust of my employer."

      Written by Rachelle Enns on April 6th, 2021