Keep in mind that you’re proposing a business conversation that will benefit of you.Be flexible with people and don’t fall into the trap of thinking that you’re doing them a favor and they should drop everything to make it work. Company says I need to move before they’ll promote me I’m getting promoted, and I live with one of my potential staff members.) or suggesting an entirely different day and time for a call or interview.
You should absolutely attempt to accommodate those requests.For interviews, I provide a few options for days and time.I’ve had a few candidates respond saying they can’t take personal calls at work (no breaks?The company says I need to move because I will be her direct supervisor.People have lives outside of interviewing — they have work meetings, deadlines, and other obligations that they need to schedule interviews around.
As for breaks, many people don’t get breaks at all, or their breaks are too short to interview during, or they need to, you know, during that break.