The process of interviewing for a job can be tricky to navigate, especially when it comes to what to do after the interview. When following up, you don’t want to come off as being too desperate but you also don’t want to be so nonchalant that you put yourself out of the running. So, what’s the follow up sweet spot?
The average length of an interview is 40 minutes. It’s hard enough trying to show a hiring manager who you really are and prove yourself capable of excelling in a role, not to mention in such short time. How do you ensure those 40 minutes in front of your potential future employer are the most dynamic 40 minutes possible? The answer is quite simple, you prepare the right way.
Kendell Henle, Talent Engagement Manager, West Coast
What’s wonderful about working for WunderLand?
The great thing about WunderLand Group is that we take a hands-on approach to staffing. The beauty of being a boutique agency is that it allows us to work directly with our clients to identify staffing solution options based on their business initiatives and goals and it allows us to work with our candidates to truly learn and understand what they want and need in their careers. We don’t just focus on the “right now,” we focus on the future for our clients and candidates.
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Have you ever been in an interview, either as a candidate or hiring manager, and thought, “wow, are we way off the mark!” There have been many times in my career when I’ve been on an interview and realized that either the position or the company just was not the right fit for me. At least I realized the mismatch early on. What about those who don’t realize the mismatch until they’ve already started the position?