Thank You cards: what's the etiquette

  1. 0 So what is the etiquette on thank you cards after an interview. Do you mail them and risk that delay in time, or bring them in yourself? Suggestions? Im giving one to both HR since she interviewed me over the phone and DON
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  3. Visit  PediLove2147 profile page
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    If you send them the day of your interview (or even day after) they should be there within a few days which is fine. If you live close and would rather hand deliver them, that works too!

    I know I didn't answer your question.. I really think the important thing is you are sending one, not how it gets there.
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  4. Visit  KelRN215 profile page
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    I've always mailed them.
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    Quote from PediLove2147
    If you send them the day of your interview (or even day after) they should be there within a few days which is fine. If you live close and would rather hand deliver them, that works too!I know I didn't answer your question.. I really think the important thing is you are sending one, not how it gets there.
    Thank you for your reply. I do live close. 4 miles. I just don't want to come across "clingy" as one friend of mine said it might look doing it in person.


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