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Mar
19
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So, the interview is over, an invitation to work has been received, it remains only to give consent.

Often the candidate faces a question: is it possible to take a pause and think about the employer\'s proposal? This is especially true when you are waiting for offers from several companies and you do not want to lose money.

Can I take a pause (think) and how much?

If the employer does not require you to respond immediately, then you can take a break. In Europe, for example, it is customary to respond to an offer only after 3 days. Therefore, it will be optimal to designate 2-3 days, saying that the offer is interesting to you and you want to think it over.

How to explain this expectation to the employer

Honesty is the best policy. Thank for the offer. Say that you are considering several options and want to take a weighted decision.

If you need more time (for example, a week) - inform the employer about it in advance. Otherwise, he can simply not wait for you and hire a more bright candidate.

How do I report my decision (I go out / do not go to work)

You can inform about your decision by phone or by letter. The main thing is for the employer to get your answer.

Even if you accepted the invitation of another company, be sure to inform about your decision and thank the company for the time you spent. This will allow you to maintain your business reputation.

Nothing is valued so expensive and does not cost as cheaply as politeness
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