Small business owners love to meet new people and nothing
makes them feel better than to tell a candidate “You got the job!” But you
can’t tell everyone that. You do have to tell the others something, and that’s
where writing the rejection comes in. Here’s how to write a formal rejection
tactfully and as kindly as possible.
Rejection letters are never fun, but they have to be written to avoid “leaving people hanging.” Do so with honesty, politeness, and your best judgment and it won’t be so bad. Make it happen!