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August 31, 2007

Filed under: HR,interview,jobs,Kuwait — Khaled @ 1:38 pm

It is always a good idea to send out a thank you note(email or by mail Fedex/Aramex) to your interviewer,

something like this:


Job Interview: Thank You Letter

Ahmad Said
222 Adasani Street
Salmiyah, Kuwait 12345
(965)443-9999

 

August 20, 2007

 

Ms Muna Mahfouz
Human Resources Director
X Enterprises
345 N.W Shuwaikh Road
Salhiya, Kuwait 12345

 

Dear Ms. Mahfouz,

 

Thank you for taking the time to speak about the quality manager position at X Enterprises with me. The job, as you presented it, has convinced me that it will be a wonderful opportunity.

In addition to my enthusiasm, I will bring strong problem solving skills and excellent work habits. With the countless demand of your time, my organizational skills will help you free to deal with larger issues. I am sure I will enjoy working with you.

I look forward, Ms. Mahfouz, to hearing from you about this position, Again thanks for such a quality time.

Sincerely,

 

Ahmad Said

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2 Comments »

  1. You are so right. sometimes, when interviewing, all the candidates will appear OK but uninteresting, and if even ONE of them writes that thank you letter, he/she improves chances of getting the job considerably.

    However . . . first, the one interviewed is the interviewee, and the one who did the interview is the interviewER. Just a technicality.

    And second – does mail really get delivered in Kuwait? I have never seen a post office, never seen a new stamp issue, and never heard of anyone receiving anything outside of DHL/Federal Express, etc.

    Having criticized your entry, I apologize, It was really a great article, and great subject.

    Comment by worldquilter — August 31, 2007 @ 7:49 pm | Reply

  2. Thank you Worldquilter and welcome to my Blog.

    I fixed the error, sorry. I should know that, it rhymes to employee/employer.

    My bad.

    There is mail, it goes to mailboxes mostly, anything else will get lost.

    Peace

    Comment by palforce — August 31, 2007 @ 8:00 pm | Reply


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