It’s never easy sending a rejection letter after a candidate has spent time and effort interviewing with your company.
It’s much easier to focus on delivering good news and chalk up another win toward your hiring goals. But rejection letters are a necessary part of the hiring process.
To alleviate some of that awkwardness, we created these email templates as a way to help enhance your overall candidate experience so every candidate has a positive experience whether or not they get the job with your company.
Inside you’ll get:
- Four ways to acknowledge and thank the candidate even when they didn’t get the position
- Six broader tips you can use to help ease the sting of rejection
- Inspiration to communicate authentically and enhance your employer brand
We know recruiting can be tough, but rejection doesn’t have to be. Use these templates to uplevel your candidate experience and hire the best.