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Had an interesting interview where I had 4 panel interviews of 2-4 people in each time slot (13 in total) .   My process is to write thank you notes on the flght home however many of the panelists really didn't say much.   The whole middle sentence that looks to personalize the note becomes cumbersome when there was nothing memerable about the interviewer.   I don't want to not include them of course as that could be a big backfire.   I had thought about just sending a thank you note to the hiring manager and leave it at that.

 

Any thoughts?

 

Thanks.

(name redacted as I've turned on too many people at my current company to manager tools ;)

tlhausmann's picture

You could thank them for their time and participation in the process. Behind the scenes, they may have a lot more to say!

G3's picture

You probably have already made a decision and sent off your notes. However, I was wondering if it makes sense to send one thank you per each panel interview.