A job rejection letter informs employees that they have not been chosen for a job. Rejection letters give them this information formally and respectfully so that they can continue their job search. They are also known as employment rejection letters or candidate rejection letters. Make a good impression on the candidates you decline by sending them a rejection letter promptly.
On its own, a cover letter may not seem significant, but a killer cover letter can inspire an employer to look at your CV, which is the main document influencing whether or not they choose to invite you for an interview. Your cover letter should be no longer than one page, and around words. It should be typed using a standard font such as Arial, Calibri or Verdana, and in 10 or 12 point type for ease of readability. Your goal is to immediately give the hiring manager a good reason to read on, so start with a bang.
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