ジョブの勧告を求めるためにどのように


ジョブの勧告を求めるためにどのように

ほとんどの新しい雇用者はあなたに仕事を与える前に審判や提言をお願いします, そして他のほとんどは、審判や保証人は、あなたが良い行動をするだろうことを保証するために、いくつかの保証書に署名することを求めるだろうとあなたが任意の厄介なまたは専門外の導通に従事する場合、彼らは責任を取るだろうと. 彼らはあなたが誤作動し、その画像を汚す可能性が恐れているので、ほとんどの人は、他人のために仕事の勧告を与える慎重です, そして他のほとんどは、あなたが任意の詐欺をコミットするために起こる場合、彼らは責任を負うことができ知っています. だから、審判であるか、またはあなたのための勧告を提供するために、人々を尋ねることは常にdiceyものです, しかし、あなたは、次の戦略を適用すると、あなたはそれを正しく行うたければ彼らの支持を獲得かもしれません:

- Be selective of who you ask for a reference: Not everyone can qualify for a good job referee, and some employers would not even accept a relation or family member. So be careful and ensure that the person you ask for a job recommendation is perfectly qualified to do so and is a respected member of the community or some industry professional.

- Ask nicely and with all humility: The key to obtaining most job reference lies in asking nicely and with all politeness. Knowing how to ask for job recommendations wins half the battle, and is a great step toward achieving your purpose. Ask nicely, at the right time and place, and with all humility, and you’d have your recommendation as soon as you want it.

- Tell them the purpose of the recommendation: It is always helpful to tell people why you want the reference or recommendations. No one would give you a reference or recommendation unless they know why they are doing so; and in fact why they must provide you with one. Explain you need it for a job requirement and provide them with convincing reasons why they should help you out.

- Hint at the risks involved: Let them know that you aren’t getting the job unless of course they provide you with a positive recommendation, and that you aren’t going to shame them in any way if provided the document. That you’d really appreciate their help and the confidence they have reposed in you if they provide you with the reference.

- Provide them needed details: You may have to supply them with more details to enable them make up their minds, or do a good job of the recommendation. You could provide them with a copy of the job ad, copy of your CV and cover letter, links to your LinkedIn profile, and a summary of your related experience and suitability to the job.

- Ask your former employer: It may also interest you to ask your former employers for a reference or recommendation if it is required or you are disposed to it. Some may provide you with a “To Whom It May Concern” document or a more personalised reference and recommendation letter. If this is okay by you, then it might be the only clincher you ever need to get your desired job.

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