Job Reference Letter
A letter of reference letter or a reference letter is a letter in which the writer assesses the characteristics and capabilities of the person being recommended regarding that individual’s ability to perform a particular task or function in the field of work. Reference Letters are typically related to employment, such as a letter of job reference or employment reference but can also be used for admission to institutions of higher education, or scholarship eligibility.
Job Reference Letter is sent by an employee’s former employer to the new employer specifying the person’s abilities in the related field of work, the capability to handle the workload and as such things. The writer can include the details of the work done by the employee during the tenure, the personality he or she possess and the kind of relationship they had with their fellow colleagues. Writing on a positive note about the person being recommended is the key to successfully writing this kind of letter.
The following is an example of Job Reference Letter.
Herbert M Walker,
North Dade, FL – 33180.
Howard K Sledge,
H & L Pvt. Ltd.,
Fort Lauderdale, FL – 33301.
Sub: Job Reference Letter.
It brings me an immense honor to recommend Lewis Stone as a candidate for a position in your organization. In his post as a Staff Assistant, Lewis was employed in our office for the last eight years. Lewis did an excellent job in this position and was an asset to our organization during his tenure with the office. He has excellent communication skills, is extremely organized, can work independently, and can follow through to ensure that the job gets done.
During his tenure with our company, Lewis was responsible for supervising the department office assistants. These representatives, under Lewis’s management, were responsible for many of the department’s basic administrative and clerical functions. Lewis efficiently scheduled and managed several assistants to maintain efficient office operations. He even developed a training program for these assistants that led them to become well versed in operations in half the time they used to.
Lewis was always willing to offer his assistance and had an excellent relation with the many constituents served by our office including our clients, employees, and other professional organizations. His ability to effectively communicate with all these people via email, on the phone, or in person made him such an asset to our office. He would add value to any company he joins, and I would recommend and support him in all his future endeavors.
Please get back to me through mail if you have any questions regarding Mr. Lewis Stone.
Herbert M Walker,