Post # 1
So I’ve been pretty lucky, I haven’t had many job interviews so I don’t have a lot of experience in this department. A) I’ve never been interviewed by two people at once. All my past interviews have been one-on-one. B) I’ve never had to go through more than one round of interviews. So I just have a few questions, since I am dealing with both situations right now!
When you are interviewed by two people, for the thank yous, is it okay to send the same style card, as long as the message inside is different?
Also, the first interview was informal, over the phone, with one person then I was asked to come in for an in person interview the next day (yesterday). I’m just about to do the cards and pop them in the mail. Do I thank the one interviewer for both or should I be sending two separate cards for the phone and the in person interview?
Post # 3
@futuremrste: Maybe etiquette is different in Canada but I’ve aways sent a formal, typed thank you letter rather than a card. You can use the same card/letter format for each interviewer and just do one thank you to the person who did the phone and in person interviewer rather thanfelel separate ones. Good luck !
Post # 4
Maybe it is a cultural/regional thing but I have never heard of this. In fact if I was the recruiter and I received a thank you I would be thinking wow this one is trying too hard.
Post # 5
@futuremrste: i live in NJ and thank yous after interviews are common here. Four people interviewed me on my most recent interview. I sent each of them a personalized thank you email. Some elements were the same, but I was able to personalize it based off of what we had discussed during the interview.
While I much rather would have preferred postal mail, I know that for my position, they were interviewing back to back and were making second round decisions quickly, so I sent an email.