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Is it too bad to accept job B offer, and one week latter accept job A offer, and "reject" job B? Yes. It's breaking a commitment and going bad on your word. It's not the end of the world, but I would avoid it, if possible and it's likely to damage your relationship with company B and the people who you interviewed with (which you may run into ...


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Is it too bad to accept job B offer, and one week latter accept job A offer, and "reject" job B? Depends on how the company will react. Accepting an offer binds you to that contract. Depending on how the offer is worded, you might have to pay the company some penalties because when you accept a job, a whole bunch of stuff happens on their side: ...


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In my opinion it's very unprofessional to accept a job offer and then change your mind. It's best to be up-front at the time "B" presents their offer and ask for more time to make your decision. Once you have accepted an offer, the best approach is to inform any other companies that you are in the process with that you have accepted another offer ...


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The only answer that comes to my mind is "Move on". You will again be able to crack interviews. Don't waste your time thinking what has happened before three weeks and why they didn't provide the offer letter till date. The only thing you should feel happy is you attended the interview and you know the questions that were asked and you cracked it. ...


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