Recommendation Letter

Recommendation Letter

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Under 10 minutes
Under 10 minutes
Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 22, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

This document serves as a letter of recommendation, in which you can formally endorse a former employee or someone you know professionally for a role they’re applying for. Customisable and ready to use in under 10 minutes.

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Document Overview

This document serves as a letter of recommendation, in which you can formally endorse a former employee or someone you know professionally for a role they’re applying for. This letter allows you to provide an in depth insight of the individual’s personality and skillset to their prospective employer. 

Use this Letter of Recommendation If:

  • You seek to recommend a person for a position of employment

What does the Letter of Recommendation cover?

  • Association with the recommended person
  • Previous employment
  • Qualities and qualifications
  • Details of recommendation

Other names for Letter of Recommendation include:

  • Reference Letter
  • Employment Reference
  • Referral

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