Rejection Letter Interview Job Candidate


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How do you politely reject a candidate? How to respond to job rejection? Download this Rejection Letter to Candidate without having the Job Interview.

We support you as a hiring manager by providing this Rejection Letter before the Job Interview template, which will help you to write the perfect one! This will save you or your HR department time, cost and efforts and help you to respond professionally to all job candidates that you find not suitable.

This Rejection Letter Interview Job Candidate has ways to grab your reader’s attention and provides them a reason for not being invited for the interview. It is drafted by HR professionals, intelligently structured and easy-to-navigate through. Here's how to reject a candidate without hurting the person's feelings.

Make sure to inform the candidates ASAP. Many hiring managers wait until the end of the hiring process before they notify unsuccessful candidates.
  • Make a phone call to the candidate, that is brief.
  • Start with the bad news: you are not hired…
  • Then make sure not to make it personal. Be honest and keep it short.
  • Emphasize a large number of job applicants with all great resumes.
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