Post interview wait - what to do?

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edgeofheaven Tue 09-Apr-19 09:19:09

I applied for a role about one month ago and things progressed quickly. I’ve had three interviews and completed an assessment. At the last interview I was told that I am one of the finalists but there are other candidates and they’ll decide shortly who is moving on to meet the Managing Director.

It’s been one week since I last heard anything and more than a week since the last interview. We had a bit of email correspondence afterwards.

How much longer is it appropriate to wait before I send another email to follow up? Or do I just leave it now.

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BlackPrism Tue 09-Apr-19 09:23:07

I'd wait until Friday

edgeofheaven Tue 09-Apr-19 09:42:55

So email Friday before close of business? Or email on Monday?

Ugh it just all was going very quickly and smoothly so now I'm sure I haven't gotten it...

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RussellSprout Tue 09-Apr-19 20:50:52

IME if they want you they won't leave you dangling too long. Sorry.

Twickerhun Wed 10-Apr-19 13:53:18

I’d get back to them now. You’ve invested a lot in this process and you deserve an update

itaketheblameforyourbehaviour Wed 10-Apr-19 13:56:25

www.ldsjobs.org/ers/ct/articles/following-up-after-an-interview?lang=eng

Sending a thank-you note after an interview is good business etiquette. Some employers even expect to receive one. Surprisingly, only a small number of applicants send thank-you notes. Perhaps for this reason, many employers hire the people who send thank-you cards or letters to them.

Even if you are not sure whether you are interested in the position, make certain to follow up with a thank-you note. Leaving a good impression on your interviewers creates opportunities for future networking and other job prospects.

edgeofheaven Wed 10-Apr-19 14:17:32

I went to my email to send a follow up and there was already a message from the line manager saying he hasn’t forgotten me but they’ve been delayed and will decide shortly. So not over yet!

Thanks itake I had already sent an initial thank you email the day afterwards.

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itaketheblameforyourbehaviour Wed 10-Apr-19 14:20:07

That's good news, OP! Fingers crossed for you!!!

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