Getting a job offer isn’t the end of the road for a job-seeker, according to an article in Business Insider.
There are mistakes that prospective employees make after they have received job offers that make employers think twice about their decision.
One of these mistakes is not responding to the offer right away. Employers may see this as a sign of a lack of interest or responsiveness. Calling the prospective employer right away is unnecessary, but new employees need make a response at some point.
Not only is delaying to respond harmful, but thinking about the offer too long can also hurt.
Making an over-the-top salary demand while negotiating salary makes a candidate appear out of touch and entitled, which will kill a job offer. Also, springing a significant, last-minute demand will also annoy employers.
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