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Writing an Award Recognition Letter. The letter can be a formal statement and can also announce a bonus, gift or some other token of appreciation. The letter doesn’t have to be over the top or even formal, it just needs to say how valued the employee and their work ethics are to the company.
Statement writing During the course of your career as a health care worker, or in a personal capacity, you may be asked to produce a statement. This advice guide looks at different types of statements and how to prepare one. If you have been asked to write a statement as a witness, please also see Being a Witness an RCND advice guide available on.
A new email arrives in your inbox and you see it’s from one of your former employees. You quickly glance over the subject line, and your eyes catch on one word: recommendation. Immediately, your stomach drops. You know exactly what’s coming next—she wants you to write a letter of recommendation for her.
While you may write a letter for someone seeking external employment, you might also get tasked with producing a letter in support of an employee seeking an internal promotion. In this case, you should focus on why the candidate is the right person to move up in the company.
How do you address a letter of recommendation? Write your address in the top right section of the letter, followed by a spelled out date. Under the address, on the left side of the page, write the recipient's name and address. Learn more about writing a basic letter of recommendation.
Many employers use recommendation letters from supervisors and employee’s co-workers to determine the best candidate for a promotion. If a person has been asked to write a recommendation letter, he or she should first make sure they know enough about the candidate’s work to write honest praise.
Many students ask me to write them a Recommendation letter, whether for a job or internship application or for graduate studies. I usually decline, unless I have worked with the student in a project before. Here’s why. So, always make your recommendation letter from a professor who might know you very well and you know them very well.