How to follow up after your interviews
What do you say? How do you avoid annoying the hiring manager? How soon should you reach out to the interviewer? We've got the answers.
“Follow-up is a must,” says Danny Kirkwood, director of recruitment and staffing for Town Sports International. “You’d be surprised how many candidates don’t follow up these days.” If you’ve ever been confused after a job interview about what expectations there are for communication, you’re not alone. But this follow-up slip-up could cost you a job opportunity if there are other candidates taking the extra step to stay involved in the hiring process till the end.
To avoid a follow-up faux pas, check out the video above for how to follow up after a job interview, and check out these resources below on how to ace every part of the interview.
- How to excel in every type of interview
- What not to do in the interview
- Questions to ask (and avoid) when interviewing for a job
- How to research a company before your job interview
- Body language do’s and don’ts in the interview
- 5 things you can do in 5 minutes to prep for an interview
- 10 signs your interview went well