Sample Job Recommendation Letter From Father to Son in wapda on the basis of Master’s of Business Administration with the reference of Father. Simple Request letter for son jobs.
The Chief Executive,
Sub: Application For The Post of Assistant Manager
It is stated that myself M. Zahid would like to bring in your kind notice that I have served as a Teacher in WAPDA Boys High School Terbela Dem for twenty years as Govt. Servant, I retired from services in 2005 from Terbela Dem project.
My Son M. Ziagal wants to serve under your kind control as Assistant Manager (CS). He has done Masters of Business Administration from HEC recognized university. Being a retired WAPDA servant it is my right to give an opportunity to my Son from my available quota of WAPDA Govt. servant.
I shall be very thankful to you for this act of kindness.
Job Recommendation Letter from Father to Son
Mr. George Best
KPL Pvt. Ltd.
Sir, I am Mr. David Kelly and I am writing this letter with reference to the job vacancy at your bank for my son Michael David who is also one of the applicants. I have a company of my own but my son chose to pursue his career in the finance sector therefore it would be an honor for me if he gets employed at your bank. He has been a distinction holder throughout his academic life and I am certain of the fact that he would excel in this field under your supervision. I would strongly urge you to consider him as a valuable asset. Thank you for your consideration.
Recommendation Letter for Job from Father
Colonel George Best
Sir, I am Mr. David Kelly and I have served in the military before I got injured at the border and got retired in the early 2000s. The military background that my son Arthur grew up in made him passionate and dedicated to the US soil. I have trained him myself to make him hard as a rock so he could prove to be a valuable asset to this country. My incapability to walk has turned my life upside down. Therefore, I request you to please consider my son Arthur Kelly as a serious candidate for the next batch of cadets. Thank you for your consideration.
Col. (R) David Kelly