Gay activist WAY before it was cool. She went all out to give the players and crew from Bewitched top of the line salaries.
I have a feeling this is exactly what many of us were trying to say but not expressing as well. Ideally, employers and esp. I would not interview again with these folks. If this had been the first time something like this had happened to me or if I was unemployed when it happened, I would have been a lot more upset by it.
August 5, at 2: Anonymous December 23, at 1: Jamie August 4, at 7: I think sympathy is on the side of the OP and others in the situation because of the personal nature of trying to get a job when bills are mounting than for a hiring manager trying to fill a position.
August 4, at 7: Who knows why they went with another candidate. They might have brought back a few people for second interviews and you were their top choice but the next person said something that just blew them away. Accept the situation, send the appropriate thank you notes, and move on.
Anonymous August 4, at 7: Maybe not to that extent, but it still was looking completely positive only to be turned down. And, just like the OP here, nothing. So I really try not to get my hopes up with these people. DanaD August 4, at 7: I had a similar although not as distressing experience as the OP recently on a phone interview.
A few days later, I received an email saying that they would not be moving along in their hiring process. It left me wondering if something in my thank-you note had rubbed them the right way.
Perhaps the same thing happened to the OP.
But as others are saying, you just never know. We have a great candidate and are completely ready to do a formal offer, and right beforehand the candidate says or does something that causes us to re-consider entirely. Anonymous May 19, at 1: Just want to make sure I avoid doing these types of things: Tami M August 4, at 7: Look at all the time and effort the employer invested, only to get shot down.
My only hope is that the OP finds a position they will be happier in. A company may seem interested in you during the hiring process.
That is a good sign, but it is far from a promise. That is on you as a candidate, and not on the employer. Anony Mouse August 4, at So, I think I can see why, in this situation, going over benefits may have been interpreted as more favorable than normal:You don't have to be somebody's boss to write her a recommendation letter.
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This sample letter's written by a colleague for someone applying to a leadership position at another company.