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two interviews week apart
« on: April 03, 2013, 09:42:18 AM »
  

Hello all,


I have two interviews booked this month which are one week apart. This is for a skilled IT job. I slightly prefer the job with the company that I am meeting later. However if unsuccessful I would like to accept the job with the company I meet earlier.


My question is:
Should I tell the company that I meet earlier straight away during and interview, that if they offer me a job, I will be unable to give them the answer until I know the outcome of the other interview next week? Or should I wait until they offer me a job? I suspect if I tell them upfront, it might influence their decision. I have to add that both companies are reimbursing me for travel expenses.


What would you do and what is the best practice?


many thanks for any advice,



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Re: two interviews week apart
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2013, 01:05:43 PM »
Why tell them at all?
You are perfectly allowed to keep that to yourself, if they offer you a job you can say yes and then if offered the one with the other company you can turn round later and say sorry been offered something else.
 
 


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