What to say when following up on job interview?
I had an interview at a restaurant last week and the interviewer said that he liked me and would call to set up an second interview with the general manager. It's been a week and I haven't heard back. I want to call just to make sure that I'm still a candidate, because there are other job opportunities I can be pursuing. Can anyone give me advice on what to say, and who to ask for when I call?
Asked By: Joones - 2/13/2012
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per sue the other jobs while you wait. you could lose other opportunities while you wait on this one... More
Answered By: R K - 2/13/2012
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Keep in mind that everyone has busy schedules and I doubt that the interviewer can tell the general manager where to be and such. So, yes, call and ask for the person who interviewed you. If you have to leave a message or speak to the person directly say "I was wondering if I was still a candidate for the position. I... More
Answered By: Caroline - 2/13/2012
You may say 'hi, this is... I just want to inquire the status of my application."
Answered By: ayah corda - 2/13/2012
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