meet the doctor. my aunt.
November 22, 2010 9:06pm CST
the story goes like this, i applied in more than 3 hospitals and one of them called me up for an interview. during the interview, i was asked plenty of questions regarding about myself. there were five interviewers. one of them is busy looking for my application letter, resume and my transcript of records while the interview is going on. in the middle of the interview, she interrupted and told the other interviewer that we are relative. funny thing was, the interview was diverted into tracing up our ancestors and indeed we are relative. my concern is, i am seeing her everytime she had rounds with her patients in the hospital. what will i do? will i approach her? if i will approach her, my co-workers might be amazed why i approach her. i mean, maybe they will be thinking of bad thoughts to me. need your help.
23 Nov 10
I think there's nothing wrong in approaching her when you're just paying your respect as a relative, just don't get too super close to the extent that your co-workers might think you're doing it on purpose for a better position or personal benefits. Don't do it too obviously too and just be casual. Treat her like your superior in front of others, but you can be warm with each other when you're alone.