Simply put – It just pays to follow-up the right way after an interview; it’s not optional – it is a required etiquette that might make or break your chances of getting the job offer.
The question always is “What are the appropriate follow-up steps post-interview?”
Here are the three steps to an effective follow-up:
The Thank you letter is a very important message to send post-interview that could make or break your hiring. Make sure you take a look at this article to determine what’s the best way to follow up on a job interview and make a good impression. A quick tip: at an interview, make sure to get any business cards from interviewers. Why? It’ll help you with the interviewer’s first and last name, in case you forget!