After Interview

Get feedback from job interviews and improve.

1. Add an interview

Add a job interview you’ve had, and we’ll create a unique link that you can send to your interviewer for feedback

2. Send a feedback link

Easily send a feedback link to your interviewer via your favorite app or email

3. Get feedback and master interviews

See what your interviewer thought you did well and where you can improve

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Discussion

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Ohsik Park
Ohsik ParkMaker@ohsik · GoodnightJournal.com, AfterInterview.com
Hi all, we just launched After Interview and would love to get your feedback!
Abadesi
AbadesiHiring@abadesi · 👩🏽‍💻 Product Hunt | Hustle Crew | NTT
@ohsik It would be great if you could partner with employers to ensure they take the time to share the feedback and not just ignore the link. Some employers are really bad at finding the time to share valuable feedback with candidates.
Manny O
Manny O@mannyojigbo · Storyteller, Marketer, Creative 🎈
@ohsik this is such a neat idea! Are there any plans for a web app in the near future? Also, like @abadesi has suggested, having an initial partnership with the employers makes it more worthwhile. As opposed to getting all your links ignored as a job seeker
Hoku Ho
Hoku HoMaker@hokustalkshow · mobile / frontend software engineer
@abadesi @mannyojigbo We've thought a lot about using incentives to encourage employers to give feedback. For instance, we could share which companies are most and least likely to give feedback. We've also thought about letting the candidate give feedback to the interviewer which can only been seen by the interviewer after they've given feedback. Another thing we could possibly do is introduce the company to a new candidate as a reward for giving feedback. Would love to hear other ideas we may be missing on how to incentivize / partner with companies to encourage them to give feedback 🙂
Manny O
Manny O@mannyojigbo · Storyteller, Marketer, Creative 🎈
@hokustalkshow thanks :)
Hoku Ho
Hoku HoMaker@hokustalkshow · mobile / frontend software engineer
Thank you @mannyojigbo and I forgot to mention, nothing in progress for a web app, but definitely something we want to build out as we gain more traction.
Owen Far
Owen Far@owenfar1 · Master the Internet
Would love to see a web version of this. It's interesting that on PH I keep seeing productivity or organizational products which are specifically made for mobile platforms. I mainly use my mobile for text messaging and phone calls, as it's highly unproductive to do anything else on such a small screen! Also releasing your product on Web first, would give you the chance to reach a much bigger audience.
Ohsik Park
Ohsik ParkMaker@ohsik · GoodnightJournal.com, AfterInterview.com
@owenfar1 Thank you for the comment. I agree with you that web version will come in handy for many people. We want to build it out eventually as we gain more traction :)
Stephanie McDonald, CPC
Stephanie McDonald, CPC@stephmcdonald · Dudess, Recruiter, Techie
One of the main reasons employers don't give feedback to candidates is fear of lawsuits. Does the app address that with any kind of release that the candidate would sign?
Hoku Ho
Hoku HoMaker@hokustalkshow · mobile / frontend software engineer
@stephmcdonald We've mostly thought about different ways to incentivize companies to give feedback (see https://www.producthunt.com/post...). Introducing some kind of a release for the candidate to sign is a very intriguing idea though, that is not part of the app currently. We'll have to explore that more. Thanks for the insight 🙂
Jamahl
Jamahl@jhm_uk · Building startups @Seedcamp
Hey, think something like this is badly needed, congrats for launching :) Have you thought about / does the product have baked in something so candidates can also give feedback on the interview / interviewer. For all my sins, my background is in recruiting and can say with confidence that at least 50% of the time, it is the interviewer who is not equipped to efficiently or accurately assess a candidate for the position, which unfortunately translates into the candidates sometimes receiving poorly-determined feedback (if any). So what I'm saying is... can you help change the behaviour in the industry and try and get companies to actively solicit feedback on their hiring process. Thanks!
Hoku Ho
Hoku HoMaker@hokustalkshow · mobile / frontend software engineer
@jhm_uk We've thought about allowing the candidate to give feedback to the company, and only allowing the company to view that feedback if they give feedback back to the candidate. Something that your comment brings to mind is allowing that process to start in reverse order. So the company gives feedback to the candidate, and the candidate can only view that feedback if they give feedback back to the company. This is something we can definitely explore, b/c both sides would really benefit from feedback. Thanks for the comment and don't hesitate to let us know of any other thoughts or questions you have 🙂
Steve Vu
Steve Vu@steve_vu
Awesome Idea! GREAT Name (It is ALL in the name).
Ohsik Park
Ohsik ParkMaker@ohsik · GoodnightJournal.com, AfterInterview.com
@steve_vu Thank you for the great name ;)