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Turned down an interview....is it wrong to email back and ask if the offer still stands?

Author : almond

Submitted : 2018-02-26 02:20:37    Popularity:     

Tags: wrong  interview  Turned  stands  offer  

I was recently offered an interview with a local company, but had to turn it down due to the fact that I was supposed to work at my current job at the time of the interview. Sure, I could have called in sick or something, but I am also going in for surger

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The offer doesn't still stand. I work in HR. If you turned down an interview, I have already pulled your candidacy.
If you told me you're interested in interviewing but would need to reschedule because you're not available until xx date, then certainly I would have worked with your availability and rescheduled.
But if you declined an interview with no explanation... I've already written you off and proceeded with scheduling other candidates.

Say that you were able to move your plans around and you would really appreciate it if they would still be able to meet that day/time, and you didn't want to say yes to it because originally you thought you wouldn't have been able to move them around.

You can try, don't be surprised if they say no. Its worth a phone call to explain though.

Yes, explain the situation say you do not like to let down your employer ask for time off or pretend to be sick when you are not, however the situation has changed and you are now not working that day and if the interview offer is still available you would love to take the opportunity offered to attend the interview

you can try - But if I were the employer I would say it didnt

if the time/date of the interview is not convenient you dont turn it down- you ask if you can re-arrange a time/date when it IS convenient (but this must be within a few days of when they offered it, employers aint gonna wait around long for another one - if they already got a number of applicants)

you can certainly try

You won't know if you don't try. If it were me I would call them if there was a phone number but you made me write that an email is more direct of a contact. I think as long as you explained that you have to be at work when they requested the interview and now things have changed that you're actually going to be off because your current job will be closed for the day there's a good chance they will still grant the interview. There's also the possibility that they put another candidate in that opening of their schedule.

Sure, couldn’t hurt. You may be their preferred candidate

They probably won't go for it, likely scheduled someone else, but doesn't hurt to ask. good luck

If they reject your request then you've lost nothing, but they might say yes. If you don't try you'll never know. Please get someone who can write to check the request before you send it though, your grammar isn't up to much.



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