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Thank You Notes: Is Handwritten or E-mail better?

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A post on Thom Singer’s Some Assembly Required blog last Friday challenged in detail the assertion by Jessica Liebman in a post on Business Insider Blog that email “Thank You” notes after an interview are better than handwritten ones. Her reasoning is that the latter: Take too long to get there (and letters could get… Continue Reading

“Thank You for that Referral – Last Year”

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Oops. That note to a referral source might be a bit tardy, but a late “Thank You” is better than no thank you according to Thom Singer on Some Assembly Required, and I agree completely. Further, I’m a big fan of handwritten notes, since they are used so infrequently these days. Especially with email and cell phones,… Continue Reading