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You shouldn’t make an offer until you’re 100% sure it will be accepted
Amy Miller, a senior technical recruiter at Amazon Lab126, used to believe she should only extend a job offer if she was absolutely positive it would be accepted. While she still takes steps to pre-close candidates, she’s no longer so afraid of rejection. For one thing, it’s a good way to gauge whether the company’s compensation is competitive or if there are issues in the recruiting process that need to be addressed.
“I learn so much from offer declines,” Amy says. “We’re NOT going to win them all and it’s the only way to really create significant change.”
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