top of page
  • Bob Mitchell


As a candidate looking for new work, it is always a great day when you have more than 1 interview request for different positions.

While you may be on your final or semi-final round of interviews for a position and you receive a request for an interview for another position that you have applied to, don’t make the mistake that many do, take the interview.

There is no guaranty that you will be made an offer on your final or semi-final interview round and there is also the very real possibility that this last interview may give you different information than what you have previously been told.  It may be that the work that you would be doing is not what you are really looking for, or the hours or schedules may not work for you.

By taking that “other” interview, you have not closed any doors, you will have shown professionalism and you may establish a new relationship that may be helpful for you in the future.

Networking is always a good thing to do.

3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


Performance Improvement plans, or PIP is a status that companies will give to their employees or consultants whom they think have not lived up to their expectations. If you receive a PIP you have opti


As former military veterans, we know the difficulties of transitioning back into civilian life.  The list of things to do can become endless and one of the hardest is finding employment. A good idea f


bottom of page