I recently received an offer of employment from a potential employer. It was a straight forward (no confusion). I received my offer letter via email and I sent my response back via email accepting it. The potential employer even acknowledged it. Let's say this employer is X.
Here comes the tricky part - I was interviewing with 2 other companies around that time. I told them both that I had an offer on the table (prior to accepting my offer with company X). Let's say these 2 companies are A and B.
Company A: I had finished my interview rounds and was waiting for a final decision. They told me that it would take 1-2 weeks atleast to get back with a decision (even though I told them about X's offer - which makes sense).
Company B: I had 1 last interview pending with some really high people in upper management. I told them about the offer. The recruiter told me that they cannot speed up the processing as a result of me getting the offer and asked me if I want to back out of the interview process. I told them I would back out (having thought it through very carefully!)
The recruiter did come back and acknowledge that I received an offer from another firm and knew that I mostly might be taking it, but was encouraging me to still interview and meet the management about potential roles.
Now I'm confused if I should even meet with them since I already have an offer that I mostly will be accepting. Is it worth to in a long term perspective?