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Dear Ms. Jenson,
As a highly skilled Human Resources professional, I read your posting for a new Human Resources team member with interest. My experience aligns well with the qualifications you are seeking at Tanner Construction Company, in particular my current role as the lead Human Resources professional at Nature and Outdoor Television, and I am certain I would make a valuable addition to your organisation.
With more than 10 years’ experience in Human Resources, I am adept in employee relations, documentation, and benefits administration. Moreover, whilst my on-the-job experience has afforded me a well-rounded skill set, including first-rate people and project management abilities, I excel at:
Developing strategies to positively influence workplace relationships.
Establishing consistent hiring and exit practises.
Designing employee performance evaluation processes and merit programmes.
Advising top management on appropriate employee corrective actions.
In addition to my experience and personal qualities, I have a solid educational foundation and a passion for human resources management. I am extremely enthusiastic about Tanner Construction Company’s focus on employee satisfaction and would welcome the opportunity to contribute to your human resources goals.
Please review my attached CV for additional details regarding my expertise and career achievements. I will follow up to request an appointment to discuss how my experience and background meets your needs.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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