Hi folks,

I am in Australia and I may have the opportunity to interview for a remote role for a company where everyone is remote internationally. 

Should I send out a thank you note in such a situation as it will be travelling to various countries. I don't have an issue with the note just the timing of howl long it would take to get to England or the US to the different potential interviewers.

Any ideas?



GlennR's picture

Here's what I would do. I would send the handwritten note through regular (in the US first class) mail. I'm not current on MT's recomendations when time is a factor in an interview process, but I might consider calling each interviewer and at least leaving a voice mail thank you or sending a prompt email thank you. (Obviously, I defer to whatever they recommend.)

Bottom line at the bottom: Always send the handwritten note. It's the right thing to do and it's an important step in building relationships.It may very well be what differentiates you from your competition.