With only a few hours to prepare for an interview, I feel it went much better than it otherwise would have thanks to my purchase of the interviewing series. So, thanks! 

As is common, in NZ at least, I was interviewed by three people - the finance/hiring manager, the HR manager and the current holder of the role I was interviewing for (he is a contractor and theyre hiring someone permanent). 

I intend to follow up.. But who to? They will all have input into the decision but I'm not sure if I should follow up with all three in case it looks odd. I also feel pitting all their names on a thank you note will weaken its impact somewhat. 

I am thinking just the hiring manager? 



Doris_O's picture

 Send a separate thank you note to each person. Try to personalize each message if you can.

Smacquarrie's picture

If you haven't done so already, listen to the casts on how to write a thank you note.
If you interviewed with three people, you will send each of them a thank you and personalize each of the notes to something dealing with that individual.
Easier than it seems and goes a long way towards building goodwill with them.