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Employment letter

  1. 1. What are the Most CommonTypes of Employment Letter?
  2. 2. An employment letter is that type of letter requested by a thirdparty to figure out if a specific person is currently employed in acompany. You can expect your employer to issue this letter ifyou request for it and use it for whatever purpose that you havein mind.The letter of employment may also be issued by the authorizedpeople in an establishment to newly hired employees. Theprocess of writing employment letters is considered easy. All ittakes is for you to research about its basic format and theessential points that need to be covered in it.It should also be noted that this type of letter comes in a varietyof types. Some of the most common types of letters related toemployment are the following:
  3. 3. 1. Application Letter. This employment letter is what you submit to a potential employer in response to an advertised job. Before writing your job application letter, you have to make sure that you carefully and thoroughly read all the requirements stated by an employer in an advertisement. You have to do this so you will have an easier time writing about your skills and qualities that perfectly fit the requirements. To create an effective application letter, you are advised not to restate every word found in your resume. It should be written in a way that conveys more details about yourself and the things that you can do for the company.
  4. 4. 2. Employment Acceptance Letter. This is an employment letter that expresses your decision to accept a specific job offer. This serves as your positive response to the offer letter sent by an employer. Sending the acceptance letter to an employer is a sign that you are officially accepting your connection to his organization. This is also a way to accept the terms and conditions, designation and salary offered by an employer. Make sure that you write this letter in an impressive and satisfying manner so your employer will never regret his decision to recruit you.
  5. 5. 3. Letter of Inquiry. This is something that you should write if you want to become part of specific organization but there are no listings of open job opportunities suitable for your skills, experience and educational background yet. However, before you start writing this letter, make sure that you spend time researching about the organization. This will give you an idea about what the company needs and if these needs relate to your skills. If there are no current job openings, then rest assured that the company would contact you if they open new employment opportunities that are suitable enough for your skills in the future if you submit an impressive and professionally written letter.
  6. 6. 4. Employee Resignation Letter. This type of employment letter expresses your desire to resign from the company that you are currently working with. You should consider including in this letter the effective date of your resignation and your plans in the future. You can make this letter even more effective by expressing your gratitude to your employer and colleagues. Thank everyone who have been around to support and guide during your stay in the company.http://www.edocsave.com/what-are-the-most-common-types- of-employment-letter/