A reference letter, also known as a recommendation letter, is used to attest to a person's talents, character, experience, and/or accomplishments. An applicant may send reference letters to endorse his or her application when applying for a job. Professional letters of reference are required by LBWCC and identify the applicant's qualifications, abilities, and work experience that are applicable to the position for which they are applying. Current or former bosses, colleagues, clients, or other business professionals with first-hand knowledge of the applicant may write these letters.
You can submit your résumé, transcript, curriculum vitae, or any other materials that will help the individual writing the letter of reference accurately identify you. You may also provide a rundown of the job you're applying for as well as company details. A letter of reference should be longer than one or two paragraphs; a letter of this length implies that the author does not know you well or does not completely support you. The message, however, should be brief and focused on a few key points, so it should not exceed one page.