Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting & Orienting New Employees

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Appendix C:
Sample E-Mail Cover Letter

From: John J. Wilderson (JJWilderson@gmail.com)

Subject: Off. Mgr. w/3 yrs. law office exper. (Job HR-7/2462—Office Manager) Date: December 10, 2012 9:28:14 AM EDT To: Hillary Yardley (HYardley@BickerBecker.com)

Dear Ms. Yardley:

I have worked as an office manager for the past three years at the prestigious law firm of Sooter, Tucks, Ulrich and Weeds. Having regularly supervised from eight to twelve office workers and reported concurrently to four attorneys, I am capable of meeting the highpressure demands of an Office Manager (job HR-7/2462) at Bicker and Becker.

I am accustomed to putting in whatever time and effort is required to complete any given task. My accomplishments have been acknowledged in consistently outstanding performance appraisals in every category as well as recognition by the firm’s senior partners in the form of a plaque for superior work.

I am confident that my skills as an office manager and knowledge of the legal profession will be an asset to Bicker and Becker, especially now that you have expanded your services into the areas of immigration and e-commerce law, two specialties with which I have experience.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely yours,

John J. Wilderson (JJWilderson@gmail.com)

©Copyright 2012 by Arthur Associates Management Consultants, Ltd., Northport, NY.

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