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You cannot go to a company where you got an offer. Write a letter to the HR supervisor to:
- Express your gratitude;
- Explain the reason why you decline the offer;
- Explain why you like your current job very much.
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First of all, i would like to express my gratitude for the generous offer from your company for the Marketing Specialist role.
Firstly, i would like to express my gratitude for the generous offer from your company to take (on) the Marketing Specialist role.
Although the BBB is a truly amasing company to work for wich holds the leading market positions for several years in row, i regertfully have to turn this offer down. The reason is the fact that i currently have a Lead Marketing Specialist position in AAA and moving to the proposed role would be a step back for me.
Although the BBB is a truly amazing company to work for given that it has held a leading market position for several years in a row, I regretfully have to turn this offer down. The reason is that i currently have a Lead Marketing Specialist position in AAA and moving to the proposed role would be a step back for me.
I truly enjoy the challanges i meet in my corrent role in a daily basis as as well as the level of appreciation my manager gives to me and my team.
I (very much) enjoy the challenges i face/encounter/come up against in my current role on a daily basis as well as the level of appreciation my manager gives to me and my team.
I hope you will find a suitable candidate to fill the open position.
Kind regards, Anna
I hope you will find a suitable candidate to fill the position.
don’t use meaningless words. everything must add value (first of all,)
The reason is the fact that
suitable candidate to fill the open position
Coherence and Cohesion
For several years + present perfect
When you use time expressions which connect the past and now, use present perfect.
They should be like alarms ringing in your head:
Here are some of the most typical time expressions:
For 10 years
For 2 weeks
For as long as I can remember
For the last 5 minutes
For the last hour
In recent times,
In recent years,
Since last week
Since my childhood
Since I was a kid
Since that point,
Since that time,
Since a few years back,