Rejection of Applicant


Overview
- The Rejection of Applicant letter notifies a job applicant that he or she has not been selected for a position with the company.
- Although not legally required, it is customary to notify a job applicant who has not been selected.  If the rejection letter is sent promptly, applicants then know that there is no need to call the company to inquire whether the position has been filled.
- Some companies have policies requiring rejection notices to be sent to anyone, regardless of whether the applicant was personally interviewed.  Other companies adopt a less stringent policy and notify only those who actually interviewed with the company.  

When You Need It
- To notify a job applicant that he or she was not selected for a position with the company.


Getting Started

You will need:
- Name and address of prospective employee.
- Name and address of prospective employer.
- Title of the job for which the applicant applied.

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the information contained in the letter.
- To document another applicant rejection.