Monday, August 4, 2014

Writing Interview Call Letter

Writing Interview Call Letter
As an employer, your first and foremost duty is to carefully examine the applications and sort out the qualified candidates. If you find some candidates whose qualifications and experiences are suitable for the post, then your next step should be to collect information about the candidates from their references. If the information collected from the references is favorable, your next step is to shortlist the names of the candidates. Once you have completed the process of shortlisting, then you can go for writing interview call letters to the names of the candidates you have shortlisted. (If you want you can have the candidates participate in a group discussion also. The candidate who performs well in the group discussion and have an edge over other candidates, you may offer him/her the job.)

Here is an example of interview call letter so that you can write it with an appropriate tone to the selected candidate.

Example of an Interview Call Letter:

01 August, 2014

Jean Lee
134 North Street
Mississauga, ON M9A 3L1

Reference: SP-A/235

Dear Jean Lee:

Please refer to your application dated 25 July, 2014 for the post of the Office Manager. You would be glad to know that your name has been shortlisted for interview and group discussion which we are organizing on 15 August, 2014. I would like to request you to report your presence to our office secretary at 10 am on that day. On arrival, contact to the Receptionist who would guide you to reach the office secretary.

Please do not forget to bring testimonials and certificates in original. These would be return to you after perusal.

You would be paid 1st class fare for journey to and from Ontario to attend the interview. A travel allowance form is sent herewith. Please fill it up and handover it to our secretary immediately on arrival.

Yours sincerely,

Katie Costa
Vice President (HR Division)

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