Application Letter for Job after Death of Father
This is a Application for Job on Compassionate Ground against the Retirement and Death of Father.
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Application for Job on Compassionate Ground against the Retirement and Death of Father. Govt job after father’s death as quota and policy of the company.
Respected HR Manager,
I am John Son of Clark, as you know that my father passed away last month and he was the only bread earner for our family. Now that my father has passed away I have to support my family and in doing so I have to find a very good job. A colleague of my father told me that according to the company policy there is a special seat for the family of employee. So I am writing this letter to ask that if that seat is available I would be more than eager to join. I am a very hard working person with a very degree and I assure you that I am going to work just as my father, with compassion and honesty. I hope you will understand my situation and help me getting this job.
I hope to hear from you to get the interview date
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