Quick Answer: Should I Call Or Email Hiring Manager?

Should I contact the hiring manager?

Even if you’re not a top-5-percent candidate, if you’re at least reasonably qualified and you have a personal connection, the hiring manager might handle your application differently if she knows you or you’re referred by someone she knows.

So in those cases, it’s worth reaching out directly..

Does HR call to reject you?

They call the people interviewed but not selected. They will never leave a rejection voicemail message, they will simply ask that the person call back, then give them the bad news when they return the call.

Should I call to see if I got the job?

Like so many other aspects of the job search process, of course you need to be professional. But it’s definitely OK to ask if you got the job after a successful interview and, in fact, shows initiative and a desire for the role. (Just be sure you’re not inappropriate, annoying or pushy.)

Is it better to follow up by phone or email?

A phone call is a quick and easy way to follow up. In addition, it’s more personal than a thank-you email message or a thank-you note, even though those also work well. You’re connecting personally with the person who may be making the decision to hire you, or who will at least have some influence on that decision.

Is it OK to contact hiring manager directly?

Only reach out to a hiring manager if that manager conducted an interview with you directly. It’s inappropriate to reach out to a hiring manager at a company if you interviewed with someone at a staffing firm or in another role. If you try to work around a staffing company, it could backfire.

Should I email the hiring manager after applying?

Emailing recruiters and hiring managers shows greater respect for their schedule because they can process and respond to your note on their own time. … For most jobs, emailing is the safest way to follow up after a job application without ruffling any feathers.”