By | Stacey Lastoe | www.themuse.com
Yes! The email you’ve been waiting for has arrived. They want to bring you in for an interview! Your application made the cut. The resume you worked so hard to tailor got their attention. Your cover letter spoke to them, and now it’s time for “next steps.”
But before you send off a hasty reply that you’re “thrilled” and “looking forward to meeting in person,” take a second to make sure you’ve checked off all of the very essential interview need-to-know boxes?
I’m speaking specifically of details you need before you step foot in the door. Who, what, where, when, how-long type details.
While the person scheduling your interview will likely work with you on to land on a time and date that works for both parties, and while you’ll probably get an exact address, that’s not all you need to know.