You’ve just finished your interview and breathe a sigh of relief. All your preparation paid off and you had a productive discussion with your interviewer.
But the hard work needn’t stop as soon as the interview is over. A few extra tips could mean the difference between that all important job offer and a rejection letter. Here are some useful Do’s and Don’ts.
- Say thank you – you can send a brief email or thank you note thanking the interviewer for their time and interest in you
- Follow-up – don’t be afraid to ask for feedback on progress if you don’t hear back within the given timescale
- An interview ‘review’ – consider how you answered the key questions and whether there are any areas you can improve upon
- Put all your eggs in one basket. Keep abreast of other job opportunities – even if you are offered this role you may find the terms are not as favourable as elsewhere
- Be impatient – don’t stalk the employer with calls or emails as desperation is off-putting
- Lose touch – let the employer know if your contact details change
- At Agenda, we have sent candidates on hundreds of job interviews and look forward to hearing about each and every one afterwards. To be an Agenda jobseeker with all the help and support we offer, register today at www.agenda-rm.co.uk