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How to write a polite rejection letter

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In my experience, it's best to reply with facts and simply. Just state that the person's sevices are no longer required, not reasons, and the facts for severance or termination. Avoid any emotion or ramblings as to what went wrong.

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I agree with the post below. It's definitely best to not get emotional or personal about your reasoning. It could open you up to legal issues. If you're still uncertain about what to include check out the Close Out Process section within the Hiring Answer - this will guide you through creating a polite rejection letter that is a good fit for your company.

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mike
Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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