Can you ask for feedback after job rejection?
When and How to Ask for Feedback After a Job Rejection
I’d recommend asking the employer for feedback soon after they tell you they decided not to hire you. If you receive a rejection email, I’d respond within 24 hours (wait at least a few hours though; you don’t want to sound desperate or panicked).
How do you ask for feedback in an email?
Remember, here’s all there is to it:
- Nail the subject line.
- Open with a salutation.
- Tell people why you’re asking them for feedback.
- Let them know how you’ll use the feedback (and how it benefits them)
- Make sure they know how long it will take.
- Thank them and send them to your CTA.
Should I reply email rejection?
It is not necessary or expected for unsuccessful job candidates to reply to rejection letters. Most candidates don’t reply to “no thanks” messages. Thanks for your message, and for the opportunity to chat with you and your team last Friday. It was wonderful to meet you and your colleagues.