What is Call Letter Format?

Posted on 29th Jun 2018 | 1179 views

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Interview call letter is the letter of invitation written to the candidate or applicant or aspirant inviting him/her for a face-to-face interview with the team or individual at the organization or any other venue as decided by the company. This letter is also simply called as call letter. Interview call letter forms the first official written communication between the candidate and the company and so it is important to maintain the interview letter format in any easy to understand and attractive way.

Call Letter Format

Interview call letter format

Interview call letter format should include all the information required to take the process to the next step. Call letter for interview can be of two forms, one type of form with the employer fixing the date and time while the other type of interview call letter form asks the candidate for a feasible time to check and fix the interview. These call letters should be maintained simple but should be professionally written as they form the voice of the organization.

Below is an interview call letter samplethat’s simple but has everything mentioned and can either be used directly or can be used after including any other information that’s considered necessary.

Date:

Name of the candidate:

Preferred address for communication:

Dear Sir/Madam,

This is with reference to your application received for the position __________ in our organization and proceeding further to our recent telephonic conversation, I hereby would like to inform you that we are interested in conducting an interview with our selection team on ___date and time______ at ___________(location details and directions to reach). Kindly confirm your interest and also your feasibility for the interview on the provided date and time.

Sincerely yours

__________

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