The hiring process is never easy, and finding the perfect candidate can be a challenge. When you do find the individual you wish to hire, it is certainly to your advantage to notify the other applicants that they were not selected for the position. Before you say that you just don’t have the time to send letters to everyone you interviewed, let’s take a closer look at the candidate rejection letter and why it’s so important.
Recommendation Letter Example
Our editors provide a recommendation letter example
We have already explained how to write a recommendation letter and the benefit of doing so. We have also explained the difference between a college recommendation letter and an employer recommendation letter. This article will provide an example recommendation letter for your reference. Please use it to help write and format your next letter. As always, if you aren't sure your letter is error-free, send it to our business editors to eliminate any embarrassing mistakes. Good luck!
Example recommendation letter
To Whom It May Concern:
Anita Job was employed as an Administrative Assistant from 2002–2005. During her time at Inatech, Anita was responsible for office support, including word processing, appointment scheduling, and creating brochures, newsletters, and other office literature.
Anita fulfilled employment responsibilities with little supervision. The position required interaction with the public, as well as the ability to liaise between different departments. Success in this position depended upon strong communication and interpersonal skills.
I am happy to act as a reference for Anita and can speak to her customer service skills, work ethic, computer literacy, and professionalism. Please feel free to contact me should you require further information.
Community Involvement Coordinator
123 Fake Street