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*J&A MAGAZINE* “It’s All About Business”

Jessica González Alejandra Monterroso


RESUME It is data sheet that explains your: * Education

* Work experience * Qualifications * Skills

* References


Application Letter • Persuades an employer to hire you. • Demostrate your skills (summary).

• Assure that you are perfect for the job. • Request an interview.

2 types:


• SOLICITED LETTER: Sent in response to a help-wanted ad.

• UNSOLICITED LETTER: No ad or opening but you still send it. (They will considerate you when something is available)


SOLICITED LETTER


UNSOLICITED LETTER


Follow-up Letters • It is sent after the interview.

• It shows your interest towards that company. • You say “thank you” for the time & the interview.


FOLLOW–UP LETTER


Reference Letters • It could be the diference between a candidate’s acceptance or rejection. • It introduces a person and tells about his skills, qualifications, etc. • Explains how you know him.


REFERENCE LETTER


Recommendation Letter • It is persuasive. • Verifies experience, competence & credibility • Provides information about the applicant – The one that recommends has been personally involved with the candidate.


RECOMMENDATION LETTER


Declining a Job Offer Letter • It is a discreet, courteous and polite letter explaining the reasons of why you must decline the job offered. • Always thank the employer for his consideration and comprehension.


DECLINING A JOB OFFER


Rejecting a Job Appicant Letter • An employer decides not to hire the job applicant, it is a nice gesture to write it. • An employer says “Thank you” for the interest in the company, and “Sorry” for the unavailable openings.


REJECTING A JOB APPLICANT


Resignation Letter • It can help you resign on a positive way.

• Includes: – – – –

Date on which you want to resign Reasons Some achievements during your job Gratitude


RESIGNATION LETTER


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