Follow Up Letters
Follow up letters are written as a reminder about some formal letter written to the company earlier. It is usually sent following a certain type of letter which may be a thanking letter or inquiry letter. Regardless of what the nature of the formal interaction was between the candidate and the company, follow up letters can be written. It provides a summative report of the letter sent in past and inquires on the latest updates related to the subject matter of the previous letters.
The following stipulations should be given enough emphasis while documenting the follow up letter:
- It should contain information of the receipt of the earlier letters as that would help the company sort out the main letter from under the huge pile of letters. This necessitates the confirmation of a receipt through courier.
- It can be perpetually used to acknowledge a certain action or reply from the company and thus it should be written using kind words in generous tone.
- It is very useful if written following a job interview. The letter should, in that case, cite correct reference information regarding the interview and sent within two to three days. This applies to follow up of previous letters as well.
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