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Rejection Letter After Offer Letter Denied

kvsudheer77 Started The Discussion:

Hi, Please help me with a format of Rejection Letter which is sent to candidates if they have denied our Offer Letter. Its Very Urgent

bhidevishwas - Member Since: Jun 2007
Hi !!
Where is the question of 'Rejecting' a candidate to whom you have already selected and 'offered' a job ? If the 'Selected candidate' rejects your offer, it is his / her decision. At the most, you can inform the candidate that - 'Offer sent by the company vide letter NO. ......... dated ......... stands withdrawn / cancelled'.
I hope, this will suffice the purpose.

.... Vishwas

blackhair - Member Since: Sep 2009
Hi I found that a member asked same question in this forum 4 month ago. Pls use search box to find this questions. Rgs

sweetvoice - Member Since: Sep 2009
Hi I read some opinion in this topic. I agree with some but I recommend that we can find out some articles at citehr.com by searching. Rgs

awarneck - Member Since: Jan 2009
Having been on the other side waiting for confirmation or denial on a position I try to send out a letter to all applicants who will not be moving forward.

This not only eliminates phones call to my office but also lets them know where they stand with our company.
Ann


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blackhair - Member Since: Sep 2009
Hi You can see same topic at the side bar of this site. You can find out some thing same your questions. I sent some good materials to Tommy, pls read mail and give feedback. Rgs

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