What to Include in Your Letter of Recommendation Make sure your letter contains the following: Accurate Information No lies, no tall tales, no cases of mistaken identity. It doesn't matter if they're creative if they never create, or passionate if their passion doesn't translate into dollars and cents.
Of course, you don't want to lie in your letter of recommendation, but you're also not obligated to provide the employer with reasons not to hire your friend.
I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have about his specific skills and experience. I assure you that her commitment to her professional career, as well as her high moral values are without question.
I met Jim when we worked together at Viper Tech, and I had the pleasure of working with him for 4 years. You may also like. The letter should also include your contact information so that potential new employers can easily follow up to ask more questions if necessary.
No matter how much you want to help your current or former co-worker, recommending them when you're not enthusiastic about their skills won't help them.
Leia is a delight to work with — a team player with a positive, can-do attitude all the way. Be targeted, if you can. Your co-worker might tell you, for example, that she'd prefer you not mention her stint in marketing for this editorial job, or that she has 15 years of experience if she's hoping not to appear overqualified.
For example, if you know this job requires leadership skillsgive relevant examples.
The first is written as a business letter and would be mailed or sent as an attachment which could be printed for an employee file. Download the template compatible with Google Docs and Word Onlineor read the text version below.