Sample Recommendation Letter Judge Nominate by B_Gjas

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									Sample Recommendation Letter Judge Nominate
Every person comes to a time in their life when its time to move on. This may mean moving on
to a different school, different relationship, or different job. It is a simple fact of life that humans
are always looking to move forward and improve themselves. This includes the hunt for the
perfect job where you feel your talents are best put to use. It can be awkward when the time to
move on comes, but by handling it professionally and honestly, getting a great employment
reference from a former boss or employer isn't a difficult task. That is why it definitely pays off
to be on good terms with your boss or supervisor. It is completely their decision as to whether
they want to write a reference letter or not. It is a smart practice to ask for a reference letter
whenever you leave a job, for use later.

Unless it is absolutely relevant, do not state the applicant's race, religion, national origin, age,
disability, gender or marital status. Don't be too brief. One or two short paragraphs are death to a
recommendation letter. On the other hand, be succinct. Make every word count.

The following tips and strategies apply primarily to the writing of letters of recommendation in
their various forms.

* Share your availability for follow up. Let the employer know how to contact you directly in
order to follow up.
* If you are a relative of the person, reconsider whether you are the best person for this task.
Relatives in most cases are not good choices for recommendation letters as there will be a fear of
* Identify which specific behaviors and qualities are most meaningful to the employer
Here is a reference letter sample for you.

To Whom it May Concern:

I have had the pleasure of knowing Name for eight years. During the years of our acquaintance, I
have known him in many capacities. Namee has been my Mother's Helper since the birth of my
first child five years ago. His responsibilities in that capacity have grown with the activity level
of a now pre-schooler, and the addition of another child, now a toddler.

Name was an asset to the hospital. He was always cheerful and willing to assist with any task. In
addition, Name was motivated and interested in learning.

Name was a student of mine in College during the 2006-07 year. Although I had over a hundred
and fifty students that year, I clearly remember his performance as a student. The extent of my
contact with him makes me confident in my assessment of his abilities.

She has also been my riding student, and assisted me with the many tasks required to run a
thorough bred breeding facility. She has spent several summers working on the farm, as well as
time during school vacations, after school, and weekends.

I recommend Name for employment without reservation. Please let me know if you need further

Your Name

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