Answered by Makailyn, Hiring Expert at Textron Inc., on Monday, April 23, 2018
This is a great question! I think an email the following day simply thanking them for their time and letting them know you can provide additional information if they need it is a good way to maintain that relationship and let them know you are interested. However, in this email I would refrain from asking about if a decision has been made since it should usually take more than just a day. When you near the end of the interview, I always recommend asking when you should be hearing back from them. That way you know when to send that follow up email asking for a decision. If they say you won't hear back for two weeks, I would wait two weeks before sending that follow-up email checking in. I hope this helps and good luck with your job search!