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The Letter Of Acceptance And Rejection

Once you have been selected and invited to join the new organization, one more short letter is required to be sent to your prospective employer. Make sure that you answer it immediately, taking similar care as you had taken while writing your first letter.
 
SAMPLE LETTER 1
Specimen Letter of Acceptance
                      20 July 1999
Dear Sir:
I am happy to accept the position of Purchase Manager in your
esteemed organization. As desired, I will report to Mr S. C. Chawla in the Personnel Department on .......................... at .........................
Thank you for giving me this opportunity to work in your organization.
Yours faithfully,
RAMAN MARWAH
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SAMPLE LETTER 2
VIKRAM SANGHVI
7112, Sec 35-E,
Chandigarh, 160035
          20 January 2005
MR G. M NAIR
Director of Human Resources
Clearline Systems
155, Merramandal Towers
Tolstoy Marg, New Delhi 110001
 
Dear Mr Nair,
I want to thank you and Mr Vivek Kackria for giving me the opportunity to work for Clearline Systems. I am very pleased to accept the position as a Senior Systems Analyst with your Research & Development Unit. The position entails exactly the kind of work I want to do, and I know that I will do a good job for you.
As we discussed, I shall begin work on March 1, 2005. In the interim, I shall complete all the necessary employment forms, obtain the required physical examination and locate housing. I plan to be in Delhi within the next two weeks and would like to deliver the paperwork to you personally. At that time, we could handle any remaining items pertaining to my employment. I’ll call next week to schedule an appointment with you.
Yours truly,
VIKRAM SANGHVI
cc : Mr Vivek Kackria
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SPECIMEN LETTER OF REJECTION
    20 July 1999
Dear Sir
Thank you for offering me the position of Sales Executive in your ­esteemed organisation. However, your offer has come too late and I have already accepted another job.
I am pleased that your company considered me for the position and ­appreciate the time you have given me for the interview.
Yours faithfully,
RAMAN MARWAH
 
The letter of rejection of the offer is also very important and courtesy demands that you send it. When the letter offering you a position arrives and you have already accepted another offer or changed your mind, it is advisable to politely reject the offer by writing a letter as illustrated above.
Be courteous enough to inform the company of your refusal. You may require them again in the future.
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MYTH: There is no harm in burning-bridges in your rejection letter.
FACT: Throughout the job search, it is vital to foster healthy relationships. Don’t do anything that could come back to haunt you. You never know when your path may cross with an employer again.




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