I protect getting requests on LinkedIn from people I don’t know. Should I accept them anyway? Is there a bonus to wanting like you might have loads of contacts, regardless that I have no idea who they’re?
LinkedIn is a sanctuary from the high school TikTok social-media self-absorbed status contest craze. If it’s essential amass mates then go to Facebook, however when y’all start ruining it, people, I am going to start trolling you. Just sayin’!
No one is judging you based totally on what variety of connections you have or what variety of likes you get hold of on a submit. It’s an enterprise platform for connecting with completely different professionals that you simply have to have in your neighborhood because you suppose will most likely be helpful to you and/or them professionally.
Many people on LinkedIn are moreover attempting to conduct enterprise, so chances are high you may get hit up for people attempting to advertise you one factor, which is okay nevertheless offered that you simply accept it. So there usually are not any laborious feelings for individuals who ignore or decline any person’s request. Just be well-mannered. There’s no flaming on LinkedIn and no social coliseum of canceling people.
I utilized for a job I really want and acquired via two interviews. That was a month prior to now and I concern I’m being ghosted. Should I give up, or say one factor? And in that case, what?
I hate to let you realize, my good buddy, nevertheless for individuals who haven’t heard one thing in a month there is a good probability that you have been ghosted. That’s fully unprofessional, however, it happens.
My question is, why have you ever waited for that lengthy to adjust to up? When you’re inside the recruiting course with a company, it is best to ask regarding the timeline and expectations of timing for subsequent steps, and for individuals who don’t hear one thing inside that timeframe, it is best to adjust to expressing your continued curiosity and inquiring about whenever you’ll hear once more regarding the standing of your candidacy.
If you proceed to don’t get a response and a month goes by, the chances are you have been handed over. On the sensible facet, you probably don’t have to work for a company that treats candidates in that technique, anyway.
Gregory Giangrande has over 25 years of experience as a chief human sources authority and is dedicated to serving New Yorkers get once more to work. E-mail your inquiries to GoToGreg@NYPost.com. Follow Greg on Twitter: @greggiangrande and at GoToGreg.com.