You will probably have to wait for a response after submitting an application. You start to doubt whether you will ever be contacted as the days grow into weeks.
Let’s take a look at how long each step in the hiring process should take.
The average turnaround time for a hiring manager to assess your application and get in touch with you is two weeks. This could happen within a few days in the best-case situation.
You ought to have completed the phone interview by now, and hopefully, you did well. If you were chosen, someone should get in touch with you within three days to set up a face-to-face interview.
You haven't heard anything, despite the fact that everything seemed to have gone extremely smoothly. Feel free to contact the recruiting manager for an update if it has been five days.
If everything went well, you'll get a call to go to another interview. This time, the interview will be conducted with the company's executive and possibly a few other professionals.
You ought to have received word by now on the outcome of your last interview. You should have heard from someone about an offer.
If everything went as planned, you ought to have gotten to work. You will have provided two weeks' notice and completed any outstanding assignments, of course.