Following-up ... four months into the process.
Really, how long does it take? Friend of mine applied for a job, interviewed with the recruiter, interviewed with the hiring manager and then developed a 30 minute presentation for a group of execs which was done in APRIL. Since then, subsequent follow-up has been "We're still interviewing."
Is it time to just STOP with the follow-up? I know M&M say to continue following-up in a professional manner and he has. It's just that - at four months - we're now in the utterly ridiculous territory.
What type of follow-up commentary could possibly be professional or helpful at this stage? (Either the hiring folks are looking for the holy grail candidate who's already doing the exact job they want or they've already agreed on someone but haven't had the cojones to tell the recruiter & my friend that the process is done.)
Just let it go?
Follow-up yet again? And if so, saying what?