I applied for a regional sales rep position with a major corp. Should I write the CEO a personal letter to ask?

for the job? A personal letter, well worded to the CEO in NY? Or do you think this would be overstepping boundaries? Again, a worldwide major company, the position is somewhere else (where I live in America). The application process allowed for a cover letter which I submitted. But I really really want this job. So would it seem bold and courageous, or creepy and overstepping?

Asked By: Thurston - 2/8/2011
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Seriously, I would not write a letter to the CEO. You can, however, call the company and ask to speak to HR and explain to the HR representative why you are calling and that you are checking on the status of the position as you had posted for on xyz day. You can also inquire who the recruiter is for that position and... More
Answered By: Linda Spreeman - 2/8/2011
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I think it would display that you don't have an understanding how large businesses operate.
Answered By: Curious - 2/8/2011
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