What if the company that said that you have been accepted for the job is taking too long to call? what to do?

I applied in a call center and Luckily the recruitment manager gave me the good news that I have already been accepted for the position as an Operations Manager. He said that he'll keep me posted regarding my start date. 5 dyas have passed now and I still do not have any feedbacks. Please give me an advice about the best thing to do.

Asked By: jobhunter - 5/19/2006
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I can answer this from the point of view of a hiring (recruitment) manager... More
Answered By: Mike Lee - 5/19/2006
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Call them before the end of business today and say you are just checking on the status. Hopefully someone will be back in touch with you so you don't have to twist in the breeze over the weekend. Good luck!
Answered By: sunshine_today - 5/19/2006
I'd call the recruitment manager if it has been a week since you spoke with him. When you call, I recommend that you ask him how much time you should give it before you call again...that way, the two of you will be on the same page, and you don't have to "bug" him.
Answered By: abfabmom1 - 5/19/2006
Call the manager and ask. Say, "I was just wondering if you've settled on a start date for me," or something like that.
Answered By: ladydeb - 5/19/2006
Call then right now and politely tell the manager that you just wanted to touch base and see when he was ready for you to come in. Also let him know that you are ready to start right away.
Answered By: Christy S - 5/19/2006
Keep touching base no matter what they say. Show initiative and figure out ways to set yourself apart in a positive light. Make them KNOW you. Get someone inside to vouch for you if at all possible. Get your references to call THEM. Don;t just fillout a form or send a resume. learn as much as you can about the business... More
Answered By: Texanole - 5/19/2006
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