1. If you think that something is suitable for your reader, write a good statement about your opinion or judgment. Make your suggestions convincing because it may have significant advantages.
  2. Write a subject line or mention your recommendation in the first line.
  3. Be concise while stating the benefits. Use bullet points to list the benefits because it will be helpful to your reader.
  4. In the end, mention your suggestion again. Give a call to action. Make it easy for the reader to inform you about his/her decision.


[Senders Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

[Letter Date]

[Recipients Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

[Subject: Normally bold, summarizes the intention of the letter] -Optional-

Dear [Recipients Name],

I am writing this letter that shall serve as a report of sorts regarding the task you assigned me of finding the best office chairs for our office that I could find. I did as you asked and I made sure to stick to the budget you have quoted for this task.

Fortunately, I was able to find good quality office chairs that I think would suit our position very well. They are of good quality materials, have great ergonomic features, and most importantly, they fit well within the range of the budget you had made.

I have attached with this letter a picture of the chair, together with its specifications and features. With your approval, I can immediately make arrangements for an order for these chairs.


[Senders Name]
[Senders Title] -Optional-

[Enclosures: number] - Optional -
cc: [Name of copy recipient] - Optional -

Recommendation sample letter for chairs in the office.

Further things to consider when writing recommendation letters to management

Further things to consider when writing recommendation letters to management

Recommendation Letters

Recommendation letters are letters written to provide information about your work or academic capabilities. These letters are written by your previous employers, colleagues, teachers, or any other person who can recommend your work or academic performance. The main objective of recommendation letters is to verify the aptitude, skills, and achievements of the person being recommended. They discuss the qualities and capabilities that make you the best fit for a given position or school program. Usually, these letters are sent to hiring managers or admissions officers to facilitate interviews or introduction of new candidates.

Writing recommendation letters is a huge responsibility that should be taken seriously. Therefore, before you agree to the task, you need to make sure that you understand what the letter will be used for and what information is expected from you. Begin by letting the recipient know that this is a recommendation letter. Explain how you know the candidate and how long you have been in a relationship with him/her. Give an evaluation of the candidate's skills and accomplishments and explain why he/she will be effective and productive. If necessary, give a personal testimony. End by reiterating your recommendation of the candidate and sign your name.

Letters to Management

Letters to management are letters written to the personnel or department that controls and makes decisions for a company or organization. These could be job application letters to apply for jobs, complaint letters to raise complaints, inquiry letters to request information, etc. Under all circumstances, all letters written to the management should be formal, contain all the necessary information, and free of grammatical errors. They must also be typed in a legible and professional font. Make sure not to include any sensitive information especially when the letter is not addressed to a specific person.

Before writing letters to management, you need to think about what you want to achieve and exactly who you are writing to. Use proper address and salutation. If you do not have an existing relationship with the recipient, introduce yourself in the first paragraph. Start with the most important information and go directly to the point. Keep it brief. However, if your letter is relatively lengthy, break it into short paragraphs. If there are any attachments, make sure to mention that in the letter and give a brief description of what they are. Finish with an expression of appreciation and give your contact details.

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