Here’s How to Follow-Up After an Onsite to Elicit a Response

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If you’ve just finished an onsite interview, congrats on surviving what was likely a grueling few hours—but don’t breathe easy just yet. While thank you notes and follow-ups won’t likely make or break a hiring decision, it can’t hurt to let your interviewers know that you appreciated their time and circle bank on anything relevant discussed in the interview. The wrong follow-up, however, can reflect poorly on your candidacy, so follow these best practices for eliciting a response post-interview.

Be prompt

While sending thank-you’s the moment you leave the building

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