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What is the relationship between yourself and the dentist you currently report to?

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    What is the relationship between yourself and the dentist you currently report to?

      When you answer this question, be sure to remain positive, even if the experience wasn't. Avoid talking about any previous drama and do not speak poorly of your employer. Keep your answer short and respectful. The interviewer is asking you this question to learn more about your professional relationships. As a Dental Laboratory Technician, you work closely with the dentist to determine the need, requirements, and design of each item.

      If you had a good relationship with your previous boss: "I have a great working relationship with my current dentist. He values my opinion and respects my work. We bounce ideas off of each other regularly to come up with the best prosthetic for the patient."

      If you did not have a good relationship with your previous boss: "I have had healthier relationships in the past with previous employers, but we did the best that we could. Our communication styles were very different which made it challenging at times."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I have a great working relationship with my current dentist. He values my opinion and respects my work. We bounce ideas off of each other regularly to come up with the best prosthetic for the patient."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "My previous boss and I got along well. We had very different interests, so we did not spend a lot of time chatting, but our work interests were aligned, and we respected each other."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "My previous boss and I had a great working relationship. We were in sync when it came to accomplishing things we needed to do in the lab. We scheduled weekly touch base meetings to stay current on our progress and address any issues that came up along the way. I learned a lot from them on leadership while adding great value to the team."