Now that you’ve had an interview with a prospective employer, you’re probably relieved and hoping that your decision of opting into the workforce will pay off soon.
Many say that following up after an interview shows responsibility and a continued interest in the position. Others argue that employers nowadays have too much to deal with without having to worry about follow-up phone calls or emails. So who’s right?
Hiring managers are fully aware that follow-up communications are unavoidable. Therefore, they’re prepared to deal with them. You’ll be one of many people who contact them after an interview. If you don’t, you might slip under their radars. If you don’t know where to begin, here are three tips to consider.