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So, you completed your interview and now you are waiting to hear back about possible next steps. Is there anything you can do after the interview? Sending a thank you card is a great way to show appreciation for the time your interviewer(s) took to speak with you, and to emphasize your enthusiasm and suitability for the role. Many people agree that email is the best way to send a thank you note, because the interviewer will receive that note right away.

Please Please Tell Me Now… Is There Something I Should Know? (or, the Importance of Candidate Feedback)

By | March 4th, 2015|

I’ve been in the workforce 20+ years. I’ve applied to quite a few jobs, and I’ve received quite a few interviews. And I’m still amazed how often I never heard back from the recruiter if I wasn’t the successful candidate. Of course I assumed (and was obviously correct) that I didn’t get the job after two weeks passed, then three, then a whole month without a peep. Some feedback would have been nice – after all, I did take time from my other job to interview, spent hours researching my prospective new employer, and one time even bought an expensive new suit and fabulous dress shoes to make that great impression.

Didn’t get Job – Shake It Off

By | December 3rd, 2014|

OK let’s face it we have all had that situation, you know it well. You see a role or a client and you think to yourself “that job was made for me”.  So you work hard on your resume, you get the interview, on the day of you dress to the nine’s and you are ready to kick it ballistic.  You show up and you NAIL the interview, this is feeling really good, you GOT THIS.

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