The Ultimate Guide to Email Writing for Recruiters
Email is the mode of communication used most frequently by recruiters, but how often do you think strategically about the copy you write?
Every word counts when a talented candidate is your reader. Use these annotated templates to write the 12 most common talent acquisition emails.
Snail mail. Social media. Texting. Twitter. Phone calls. LinkedIn. There are a million ways to find and communicate with today’s talent. Yet one channel seems to have more staying power than the rest: Email.
This guide offers 12 easy-to-use templates every recruiter can use to write:
- Emails conveying good news to a candidate
- Emails that can be tricky to write
- Routine process-oriented emails
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