Factors to be considered while Writing an Interview Letter
The letter that invites job applicants for facing interview is known as interview letter. This Letter is sent to the apprehensive person inviting him/her to appear for the interview. After receiving job applications from the potential candidates, the employer writes this letter to those candidates whose applications have passed the primary screening stage. Significant details like the date, time and place of interview will be typically mentioned in the this letter.
Every interview letter must contain the following elements:
Name and address: Interview letter must carry the name and full particulars of the candidate. It should be sent to the present address of the applicant. Both inside and envelope address should be similar. Sometimes, both present and permanent address of applicant is written at the top of the interview letter.
Time of interview: Date, day, and time of interview should be clearly mentioned in the interview letter.
Place of interview: Interview letter should clearly indicate the place or venue where interview will take place.
Documents to be produced: Sometimes the interviewee needs to produce academic certificates, experience certificate, birth certificate, photographs, copy of publications etc. before the interview board. Interview letter must state whether the candidates need to bring such documents.
Other Instructions: This letter should also specify whether the interviewees would be provided with transportation allowance (TA) or any other allowance.