Congratulations! You’ve made it through the preliminary interview and think that everything went well. The energy was positive and you feel that you made a great connection with the hiring manager. Now it’s time to think about next steps. But what happens when a few days have passed and you
haven’t yet heard anything?
Everyone knows the phrase, “A first impression is a lasting impression.” After the interview, part of your first impression is the follow-up. Many may think that the days of handwritten thank you’s are gone, but when it comes to post-interview communication, it’s little details like these that can actually make you a front-runner in the competition. This ZipRecruiter article will be your guide to mastering the art of follow-up which leads to landing your next career opportunity.
Envisioning the excitement that follows a job offer from your dream organization is one thing, but what happens when that dream becomes a reality? What happens when you get the offer? Do you get ahead of yourself and accept the job offer on the spot or do you take the time to think through all the steps? This blog post outlines the the importance of considering the “4 C’s” before accepting any job offer to ensure that it is absolutely the best fit for you and your career goals.
On behalf of OI Global Partners, we would like to thank you for connecting with us. We hope that you find these emails and the information we have shared with you has been helpful in reaching your career goals. If you would like us to address any topics of interest in the future concerning career transition, executive coaching, leadership, or workforce management solutions, please let us know. We’d be happy to share our knowledge and expertise with you.Share this post:
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