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You shouldn't tell company B about company A if you wish to go through B's hiring process. B. would most likely just pass on you if you told them about the offer before you even pass B's hiring process. That said, if company B has told you their pay range/minimum and it's more than 10% below what company A. is offering there's probably no point going ahead ...


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is it in my best interests to inform company B that I have received an offer from another company, Yes it is. If the recruiter has asked you to let them know about an offer, there is the possibility that they may accelerate your interview process and present you with an offer depending on how desirable of a candidate you are and their need to fill the ...


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You should not volunteer any information that can put you at a disadvantage. With plethora of candidates these days, telling B that you have an offer most likely will terminate your hiring process with them If both companies are nice destination for you, you should pursue then both. Hiring process is not an offer of employment and you cannot be certain it ...


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