The cover letter template pack on this page is for a human resources professional with 6 years of experience. The applicant is seeking a HR manager position in a large corporate office. The cover letter below has been written based on a real HR resume sample hosted on our website.
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Human Resources Cover Letter
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The candidate below emphasizes their ability to maintain a positive working environment, target recruitment programs, and mediating employee disputes. These are important qualities that all HR professionals should target in their cover letters. Download the template pack below and choose your favorite style — Park, Elegant, or Classic. Use the samples to help you format your own cover letter.
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[341 Company Address
Company City, State, xxxxx
Dear Mr./Mrs./Ms. (Manager’s Name),
I’m contacting you regarding your advertisement for the Human Resources opening listed on your website. My interest in this position stems from my belief that I have the right combination of relevant staffing experience, communication skills, and high levels of organization that make me a superb candidate.
To date I feel my strongest abilities are:
- Increasing employee retention by rigorously maintaining a positive work environment
- Developing targeted outreach recruitment programs to recruit the best talent and meet all departmental hiring requirements
- Creating user-friendly application forms and questionnaires to be used by the organization during staff recruitment and interviewing.
- Arbitrating labor disputes in collaboration with the legal department.
I consider myself to be a dedicated and dependable individual who possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills. I feel that a relationship with your company would be mutually beneficial, as my educational background, HR experience, and qualifications would make me a perfect fit for your Human Resources position, and would also allow me to refine my skills in a new working environment.
In closing, I would like to thank you for your time and attention, and I hope to have the chance to discuss the opening with you in person.
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November 11, 2003
Mr. Randall Hayden
Human Resources Manager
6654 Montgomery Place
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
Dear Mr. Hayden,
As an accomplished Human Resources Executive with more than six years of service for Woolright Corporation, I am eager for new challenges and feel confident of the skill I can bring to your organization.
In addition to delivering an on-line career center for Woolright Corporation, which serves a global staff of 110,000, I can also offer:
- Expertise in reducing labor costs through contract negotiations and healthcare benefit redesign.
- Comprehensive knowledge of employment law and federal regulations to ensure compliance.
- A history of initiating a corporate-wide diversity initiative.
- Solid communication skills as evidenced by speaking engagements and numerous articles in notable publications, including The New York Times.
- Willingness to relocate.
Additional qualifications and skills can be found in the accompanying resume.
In an effort to discuss this matter further, I will be contacting your office within the next few days to see if we might set up a time to meet.
If you have any questions, I can be reached at the numbers listed above. Thank you for your attention.
Allison Stevens, SPHR