What happens following a job interview that went well and a handshake with promises to follow up?
You can typically tell how well a
When you leave the
If it is not possible to do that immediately, do it at the first opportunity you have while the experience is fresh in your memory.
Keep those notes for future reference, either to learn from if you do not get the job or to refer to in the next stage of the process.
When is a good time to follow up after an interview?
Do you wait for them to call? These are
Sometimes an interviewer will offer a position at the conclusion of an
Best time to follow up after a job interview
It is permissible for you to call and follow up after an interview. When exactly a good time is depends upon the company and the situation at hand. Use your common sense, the feeling you got from the entire process. If you felt like the company planned to make a decision soon, then give them a call within two weeks after your interview.
Typically at the end of an interview they will say about how long before a decision will be made. If not, it is permissible to ask for a ballpark idea of timing by saying something like ‘Could you give me an idea of the time frame you have for filling this position?’
Following up after an
If the position is still open when you call, wait at least two weeks before calling again. Job interview follow ups should be limited to two unless you have specific reason to believe you are still in the running for the position. Some companies take awhile to fill a position.
If you feel strongly that you are still in the running for a job opening after a month has passed and you have called to follow up twice already, then it is a good idea to call again. Most companies will tell you upon your call if the position has been filled by another applicant.