[NEW] Career Development Workshop: How to Follow Up After an Interview
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Following up after an interview can be the difference between getting the job and not. Many people are not aware of the rules of following up such as:
👉 How long to wait before following up <br>👉 What you should say in your follow up <br>👉 If you should follow up if you don’t hear back <br>👉 What you should NOT say in a follow up </br>
While waiting for a response can feel long, following-up is part of the process and can be the difference between getting a second interview or not making any progress with your application.
In this workshop, our Career Coach-in-Residence, Iyad Uakoub, will demonstrate how you can follow-up respectfully, get more responses, and stand out during the hiring process.
+12 years of global experience in building award-winning career centers, advising startups, empowering organizations with workforce learning & engagement strategies and leveraging data and technology to democratize career opportunities. Learn more about Iyad: https://www.localized.world/users/27/iyad-uakoub If you’re interested in learning more about developing this skill, prepare your questions for Iyad and join us!
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If I contact the recruiter, before or after the interview, and they didn't respond, is it OK to contact them again - and again - ?
How long is too early or too long to contact the recruiter after they said they will get back to you?
What is the difference/s between professionally contacting someone in regard to an Interview, Application, or just for the sake of building a "professional" connection?
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