Ah! One of those painful problems the job hunters have. How should I follow-up? I hope you find this helpful.

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I'm Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter. I coach people and organizations I help
hiring managers be more effective-- a whole host of different things related to work,
workforce, workplace-related issues, job search, hiring, managing and leading.
someone asked me about following up after the interview the scenario was
it's been four days since the interview should I follow up with a call or a text
and then they go on to tell me that it's you know the person who was the
interviewer told them to be okay to call or text my preference would be a text
but I wouldn't do it on a weekend I just want to be clear about that because some
people will do anything at any time leave them alone on the weekend just let
them be following up is a good thing what you say in the text is also
important. You don't want to be a pain.. Number one is just say who you are
"hi! This is Jeff Altman or Jeff Altman, here. Just following up on my interview to see
if you'd heard anything hope I'm not intruding hope you have a great day
Please let me know what you know," and leave it at that.
Wait for them to respond at that point and go from there I'm Jeff Altman. Hope
you found this helpful. my website is TheBigGameHunter.us
where I have thousands of posts you can watch, listen to or read that will help you find work
more quickly hire more effectively manage and lead better if you're
interested in one-on-one coaching at the website you can schedule either a
discovery call or coaching session with me I'd love to help you if you're
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