I've been invited for an all expenses covered out of town interview from Singapore to one of the states in Australia. I'm wondering if it is common practice for candidates to bring some of their local delicacies as a symbol of gratitude to the interviewers?
While I understand that it is a professional interview (it is my final round with this MNC) , I would like to show some form of gratitude to them for this opportunity (after all, they did just spend a few thousand dollars flying me over just for a half day interview).
I heeded the advice of fellow stackexchangers and did not bring any food over for the interview. But I'll be bringing some of them over (Packaged, processed and with sensible contents) on my first day since I've accepted the job offer. Thanks everyone!