Confused about the best way to handle that difficult after-the-interview thank you note? Get step-by-step instructions in the attached SlideShare on DON’Ts for doing your thank you notes.

Interested in more personal, individual assistance?  Contact Jacque Paige, Executive Recruiter at Smith Hanley Associates, to assist you, or 203.319-4310.

3 Responses to “8 Interview Thank you Note No-no’s”

  1. Julia Wine

    I hate to say this, as I would hope we are all professional adults, but you should have included that proper English should be used in a thank you email. No emojies, emoticons or text speak, like C U L8R or IDK. I realize this should be a no-brainer, but then again, dressing in a suit or dress should be too, but there are still people that do not “dress the part” when going to interviews.

    • Jacqueline Paige

      You are right, Julia. Not only should notes be professional but keeping in mind the generation of the person you are writing to should limit the “trendy” use of abbreviations!



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