Post-Interview Etiquette: To write or not to write

by | Nov 12, 2018

Congratulations, you had the interview and you feel it went well. What to do now? Rachel Premack puzzles out how and how often to get in touch with your potential employer after the interview in her recent Ladders article.  Premack observes that “Not sending a thank you email quickly enough (or at all!), for instance, can seriously hurt your chances — as can checking in excessively.” To support these tips and other findings such as when to ‘check in,’ Premack draws from national authors and business insiders. While the right response will invariably depend on the specific situation the goal is to come of as interested and not a nag.

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