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i am new with this community and an accidental entry into the HR field :D , neways i need a format for rejection letter (which shouldnt exactly say that the person is rejected). and also a survey (to be filled by Applicant) to evaluate the entire interview process (interviewees experience) . Since i am an operations guy I think differently from HR minds so I am not counting too much as these things may not be followed in regular companies, however any help would be really really appreciated.

From India, New Delhi
Hi mayank, Look at the attachment. It may give you an idea about drafting rejection letters. Regards, RAJA CSN
From India, Madras

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File Type: doc rejection_letter_182.doc (25.0 KB, 1505 views)

Hi Raja,
thaks a ton for your prompt reply. Actually the idea of this letter is to retain the person , even if he is rejected today, for any future requierments. so we just dont want to say no at any point of time.
Any thing in that regard?

From India, New Delhi
Hi Mayank, Just adding a few lines will do. Tryout this letter. Regards, RAJA CSN
From India, Madras

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File Type: doc waiting_list_letter_480.doc (25.5 KB, 934 views)

hey Raja
thanks a ton for your quick reply, unfortunately i didnt get the alert that you posted a reply again and i missed the opportunity to thank you earlier :)
i will make the necessary changes to it and will use it.

From India, New Delhi
Pls find below mail it may help you
Thank you for your interest in xyz. We however regret to inform you that we are unable to match your qualifications and experience to our requirements. This is in no way reflection on you but our inability to utilise your skills. We will keep your CV on file for six months and contact you should our needs change during this time. We therefore want to assure you that in not accepting your application is not a reflection of your suitability or the quality of application.
Wishing you all the best in your endeavours,

From India, Delhi
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