This was my question that I had posted here.
I have been diligently preparing for the interviews, updating my skill set, been attending interviews and I received an offer a few days ago that met my expectations. The salary is neither sub par nor high; just what I had in mind.
I had sent my signed offer letter to them.
While I was attending the interviews, I had cleared all the rounds from four other companies; everywhere there was a positive feedback about me. Everyone released their (lucrative) offer letters. It happened after I signed the offer letter.
Here in India, the notice period is atleast 2-3 months and since I can join asap, I have more leverage over other candidates. Hence, the fact that I can join early and also the positive feedback that was given about me makes me a strong potential employee.
But, I have already signed the offer letter from one of these five companies. Here, work seems to be pretty interesting; Higher management is quite active and has high expectations from me as he had received good feedback about me. The tech stack is a notch above what I have been working on but nothing out of the box.
I have sent my rejection letters to the rest of the companies that I have accepted offer elsewhere and hence won't be able to join them; not for now, atleast.
I have a fair good idea about how my career path would be paved if I chose to work for any of these companies. I have listed the pros and cons of working at each of those and it seems to be almost the same and chose to go with the one where I had signed the offer letter.
Now, the higher ups of the other companies want to talk to me; either on phone or in person. I am pretty sure all these meetings are to retain me;
The question is:
If I choose to meet or talk to them, what should I talk about? The offers are equally good at all the five companies. What is missing in one is present in other and vice versa. But, there is a balance in every offer.
The post could be vague; kindly do not vote to close it. I really need to clear my mind on this.