Rejection Letter Sample for Unsuccessful Applicants
Sending a rejection letter makes a good impression on applicants
Many employers skip sending a rejection letter to unsuccessful job applicants who they haven't interviewed, but sending a letter is a courtesy and can emphasize your position as an . Your reputation, built one candidate at a time, is critical to your ongoing ability to attract the best and most skilled talent to your firm. Don't make a lasting bad impression.
Your rejection letter should be straight-forward and officially notify an applicant of their status.
Rejection Letter Sample for Unsuccessful Applications
This is a rejection letter example for unsuccessful applications. (compatible with Google Docs and Word Online) or see below for more examples.
Rejection Letter Sample for Unsuccessful Applications (Text Version)
September 1, 2018
123 Main Street
Anytown, CA 1234
We appreciate that you took the time to apply for the position of (name of position) with our company. We received applications from many people. After reviewing your submitted application materials, we have decided that we will not offer you an interview.
We appreciate that you are interested in our company. Please do apply again in the future should you see a job posting for which you qualify. Again, thank you for applying. We wish you all the best.
Bill Lee (Human Resources Staff Signature)
Bill Lee (Human Resources Staff Name)
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Remember that the rejection letter is your last opportunity to build a relationship with the applicant. A rejection letter following this format should cause the applicant to think favorably of your company.
Your reputation as an employer is affected by this applicant's opinion and the opinions of the people who hear this applicant's opinion.
Don't ever believe that sending a rejection letter is unimportant for your reputation as a potential employer for desirable employees.
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