How to write a recommendation letter?
Great performance, work, and effort deserves to be rewarded! Even a coworker can provide a recommendation letter, since they often work together, they can inform the future boss about positives and negatives of the person they plan to hire.
If you want to write a Recommendation Letter for a previous colleague, worker, etc. to someone, we recommend that you check out this sample recommendation letter for co-worker and friend. These sample recommendation letters will capture your recipient's attention for sure!
There are a few basic requirements for a strong reference, such as the following:
Structured and written to highlight the person's strengths; Immediately clear about the purpose and position the person is seeking;
Expands upon their resume; do not repeat it verbatim in your reference letter as well;
Include an appealing anecdote, to further explain the personality of the person you recommend;
Brief, preferably one page in length;
Limited to 3-4 paragraphs and 1 page;
Clean, error-free, and easy to read;
Using common business letter format;
No copying of exact words/phrases from sample letters without checking the context;
Uses the correct name of the organization;
Enthusiastic! Show off the character and personality of the person.
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