I have joined a new company while the interview process was going on for the other company. The other company is located in a foreign country, so the interview process took some time. They have arranged a final onsite interview with all the arrangements in their country after three weeks (flight tickets, hotel rooms etc.).
It has been two weeks since I joined the new company and the work here doesn't seem very challenging in terms of technology. So, I am still open to the other opportunity.
During the interview, I didn't get a chance to tell the company I had switched jobs. I had a final discussion about my current salary and I told them the salary I was getting in the previous company.
Should I explicitly tell the employer, by setting up a call, about my company changing, before the final round?
After analyzing the compensation I would require, given what I am getting now balanced by the expense ratio of the countries, it would be quite high and I have a doubt if the company would accommodate that. Should I ask for a discussion over the salary range and compensation they might offer?
PS: Irrespective of the result of the interview, I would want to take it as an experience, as I have very little experience in giving interviews in foreign countries. On the other hand, I don't want to surprise the other company, at a very late stage, where all their money and time spent on me would be wasted.