Job Application - Rejection Letter from Employer

After Interview

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A job rejection letter that informs the candidate that he or she has been rejected after being interviewed. It informs the candidate that the position has been filled by another candidate with more suitable credentials. The company expresses its interest in keeping this candidate's resume / CV for its future openings.

How to use this Document?

This document should be carefully read by the Individual Employer and Candidate.

A candidate should draft a reply to this job rejection letter to thank the employer for their consideration of his or her application. This will allow the employer to know that the candidate is still interested in future openings at the company.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Business > Human Resource / Employment > Recruitment / Job Application / Interview






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