Interview Thank Yous: Tracking Down Email Addresses.
April 30, 2014 7:15 PM Subscribe
Should I give up looking for email addresses of everyone (5) that interviewed me today and just send the thank-you to the one I have?
posted by tippy to Work & Money (13 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
Very casual, small firm. Interview was very positive. I interviewed with 3 "bosses" and then interviewed with 2 of their assistants.
I want to email a thank-you; I think a hand-written thank you is a bit over the top and formal for the office, plus I want to get it out ASAP as they are hoping to make a quick decision.
Initially, I was going to email everyone individually, but, lo and behold, their individual email addresses are not on the website. Google searching turns up nothin'. I have the email address of one of the bosses who contacted me for an interview. I also have a general office email address (an "info@" type thing).
1. If I email the one address I have, should I address it to that individual? Everyone? The bosses only?
1a. If I email it to the individual, how do I politely ask that the thank-you be passed around the (very, very) small office? Can I?
2. Should I move heaven and earth to find the other email addresses to send individual emails?
What's the etiquette when it's a small, casual firm and email addresses aren't easily found?