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Title: Interview Follow up Communication Process and Tips


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INTERVIEW FOLLOW UP COMMUNICATION PROCESS AND TIPS
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Here are some tips that will help you to
complete the follow up process after the
interview
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  • Be quick The golden rule says that you should
  • express thanks within twenty-four hours of
  • your interview. This however depends on
  • where the decision is coming up immediately
  • or lately.
  • Be aware When it comes to follow up following
  • your interview, make sure that you use the
    correct
  • way to communicate. Dont take the risk of
    emailing
  • your thanks through your mobile, as spelling
    and
  • grammar mistakes can creep in.

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  • Patience is the key We know that waiting for
  • the call can be excruciating, but you have to
    be
  • patient and respect the time that the
  • interviewer is taking.
  • Inquire about the next steps While wrapping
    up
  • your interview, you can ask the interviewer
    about the
  • steps that will follow the interview. This
    will enable to
  • you to plan your follow up communication
    accordingly.
  •  

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  • Keep your message as positive as
    possible Even if the employer is taking time to
    convey his or her decision, you should not
    accuse them in your letter.
  • Your follow up letter or message should not
    sound negative
  • from any aspect, as this will mar your
    chances of being
  • selected. Simply, remind your interviewer
    that you enjoyed
  • the interview and can ask politely how the
    process is
  • progressing.

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  • Go for a call While choosing between a call
    and an email to
  • follow up with your employer, you can go for
    the call, if you
  • are confident with your situation. There are
    certain benefits
  • that calling provides in place of emailing
    your thanks or follow
  • up message. First, it provides you a chance
    to have an open dialogue
  • with your recruiter, which can be difficult
    to sum up in an email.
  • Further, this adds more character to your
    communication, and helps
  • you to find out what is going on in your
    employers mind immediately.
  • However, if you are not able to make a call,
    then you should opt for an
  • email to thank your employers for the time
    they spared for you. At
  • times, employers themselves instruct
    candidates to communicate via
  • email after the interview, in such cases you
    have to follow the company
  • norms only.

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  • Keep in touch You should plan your follow
    up
  • communication periodically instead of
    pestering your
  • manager repeatedly. The aim is to be
    connected with the
  • company and the employer, so that you can
    be under the
  • radar.
  • Mention recent events this is one of the
    best ways
  • to make your follow up communication
    different from other
  • candidates. You can mention some recent
    events or news
  • pertaining to the company in your follow up
    message. 

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  • Be very professional When you paid attention
    to every
  • little detail from the beginning of your job
    search, then you
  • should not make any mistakes until the end.
    Experts say that it
  • is completely fine to send a thank you or
    follow up message
  • unless the employer explicitly mention that
    candidates should
  • not send any replies or follow up messages.
    You just have to
  • make sure that you remain professional while
    communicating
  • with the employer. For your follow up
    communication, you
  • should always contact the employer through
    business accounts
  • instead of their personal email addresses.
    Never try to contact your
  • employer on his personal phone number or try
    to reach out to them
  • at their home. This can turn the table
    against you.

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THANKYOU
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