OK, is this etiquette overkill?
I was just offered a job after 3 interviews and tests. After each meeting I e-mailed a thank you to the person in charge of the interviews. Today I got the job! Yay!
Now, do I just not contact them for the 2 weeks before I start there, or would it be nice to send a card or something?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I would contact them and "just make sure" you have the start time, any training manuals they might have in advance, or something else menial just so they know you are still very interested in the position and look forward to working with them.
- JQTLv 61 decade ago
If you have already accepted the offer verbally, you may want to contact them next week just to make sure you have proper documents, attire to start your orientation on the first day.
If you haven't accept already, call them to get a contract fax to you. Everything is better in writing.
- veraperezpLv 41 decade ago
Call HR a week before to see if you can get some of the paperwork done, this way you won't spend your first half day at work pushing your own paper.
- ChrisLv 41 decade ago
Personally, I would send a Thank You card to the main people who were responsible for your hiring. It will make them feel appreciated, and could possibly help your career the be less stressful. Good luck and best wishes.
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- J GLv 41 decade ago
- Anonymous1 decade ago
There's no need to send a thank you card.