What to say when checking employment availability?
I had previously applied for a job, a few months back. I didn't get the job, and i'm still seeking employment. I want to email the human resources manager, and see if they're hiring for any positions yet. Now how can I word this without coming off as needy? Polite and down to earth. Any suggestions?
Asked By: - 8/7/2011
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Start the letter by stating you would still like the chance to apply for future opening and remind the individual when you interviewed and that you did not get the job but any position you may qualify for you are still interested in. Tell them why you like the company and what would make you a good candidate for the... More
Answered By: Gracie - 8/7/2011
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Just say "I filled out an application a while back and I was wandering of any positions have become available yet."....... But on another note usually applications expire after 60 days. So you might have to reapply again and then ask.
Answered By: Chey - 8/7/2011
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