Format of rejection letter sample for job applicant after the written test or interview for any position.
Rejection Letter After Interview
Dear Ms. Sobia Yaseen,
Thank you very much for your precious time to appear in the written test and interview for the post of management trainee. According to our company policy and employee selection criteria your are not selected for job offer. Furthermore your resume and others test reports are available in our record and in future we can shortlist you for relevant posts in this field.
Thanking you again and hope for the best.
Interview Rejection Letter Sample After Written Test
Dear Ms. Sonia
After review of your written job test results we are informing you that you are not falling in the selection list of interview candidates. We always provide work opportunities to new talent and for one next year we will keep your resume in the queue list for further opportunities.
Thanking in anticipation,
Mr. Tony Oscar,
House No.0000, Super Town, Glasgow.
Rejection Letter for Job Offer from Employer
It is hereby intimated that your request of applying for the job of telephone operator in our company has been rejected by the competent authority. The company requires employee in between age of 20 to 30 years. As you have grown more than 30 years of age that’s why your request could not be entertained. However, you are encouraged to apply for our next jobs which may come soon probably in February of next year.
Hoping the best of luck next time.
Deputy Director (HR),
London Fire & Rescue Service
Rejection Letter for Job Applicant
Mr. Herry John,
Thanks for applying for the position of marketing media manager in nestle. We are sorry to inform you that your qualification and experience does not fulfill our job requirements and you have also not clear our required competency online test. We wish you all the very best for your future and expect much better performance from you. Thanks
Team HR, nestle
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