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Receiving multiple employment offers may seem like the ideal problem to have. However, dealing with them can prove rather tricky. Our consultants have compiled their top tips on how to manage multiple employment offers:


Once you have received multiple offers of employment, don’t rush into a decision before giving all the roles enough consideration. Although the modern workforce is spending less time in each role, the importance of selecting the best position can’t be overstated. Ask the employers that have sent you employment offers for some time to consider before committing to their firm. Investigate the roles on the table thoroughly and compile a list of pros and cons. Your recruiter will act on your behalf to ensure you have the time you need to decide.

Think Long Term

Consider what your long-term objectives and goals are. Can you envision yourself working in this organisation in 5 or 10 years? Will it provide routes for improvement and continuous development? How would your career impact your personal life and vice versa? Be careful to look only at the financial benefits of the position and consider the pension, benefits, training and flexibility that the firm would provide? Work with your recruitment consultant to gain some insight into the opportunities for progression with the company.

Be Honest

Throughout the entire recruitment process, honesty is always the best policy. If an interviewer asks if you are interviewing elsewhere, tell them if you are. Engaging in an active job search won’t work against you; it may even factor into how fast you receive an offer from an employer. Transparency with your recruiter is equally as vital to your job search and your management of multiple offers. They will help you make the right decision as an impartial source of guidance.

Be Professional

Once you have decided on the role to accept, start the process by informing your recruiter at the earliest moment. They will navigate through the proper channels to tell all the firms of your decision and thank them for their consideration. Wait until your recruitment consultant has confirmed that the deal has been finalised before any announcements on social media.

When you have turned down a job offer at a company, it’s unlikely that you will be considered for any other position in the future with them. While this is common, make sure that the decision you make is the right one for you and your circumstances. By following this advice, you should be fully prepared to manage multiple job offers.

If you’re looking for your next role, you can use our job search function to see our currently available positions. Alternatively, contact ConSol Partners for advice and guidance for your next career move.