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Peer interview question

Has 25 years experience. Specializes in BNAT instructor, ICU, Hospice,triage.

I had a peer interview yesterday, consisted of 3 nurses and a director of Hospice. So happy to get an interview!!

So now should I send a thank you to each one of those people? I don't remember each of their names, but I do remember a couple of them. I could find out.

It sounded like I would be interviewed by another higher up person if I make the cut, later.

Otessa, BSN, RN

Has 19 years experience.

Whenever I have had a group interview they have provided me with the interviewers names-I then sent a handwritten note to each of them.

Call HR and they can at least should be able to get the first names of the people you interviewed with.

Vtachy1

Has 25 years experience. Specializes in BNAT instructor, ICU, Hospice,triage.

So you send them like a thank you card? This is new to me!! This interview stuff, I'm an old timer.:o

So you send them like a thank you card? This is new to me!! This interview stuff, I'm an old timer.:o

Actually, sending a thank you card has been around since, like, forever.

Vtachy1

Has 25 years experience. Specializes in BNAT instructor, ICU, Hospice,triage.

Thank you cards have been around but I've always worked at the same place, the interview thing is what is NEW to me!

Actually, sending a thank you card has been around since, like, forever.

Vtachy1

Has 25 years experience. Specializes in BNAT instructor, ICU, Hospice,triage.

Some sites recommend typing it, some say emailing, some say hand written.

j621d

Has 28 years experience. Specializes in Critical Care, Nsg QA.

I would go with handwritten, never email. It shows you took the time and effort to make an impression.

Otessa, BSN, RN

Has 19 years experience.

So you send them like a thank you card? This is new to me!! This interview stuff, I'm an old timer.:o

Yep, handwritten-sent them to HR and they distributed them, also gave the HR person a thank you since she was the one who called me and set up the interviews and took me all around to my several interviewers.

The card was hanging in her office when I signed my employment papers.:)

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