Letters of recommendation for cashiers are a good way for future employers and determine the candidacy and qualities of a prospective employee.
If your former employee or student request you to write a letter for them, you want to get the right tone that perfectly define her cashiering skills and customer service capabilities.
When writing a cashier’s reference letter, keep in mind that it must be short and to the point.
Look at the following sample which will help you making your own.
April 11, 2015
To Whom It May Concern
It is a true pleasure for me to write this recommendation letter for John Doe who had worked as a cashier at Staples under my supervision for two years (May 2009 to Dec 2011). John, without any doubt, was one of the most brilliant cashier at our company.
John is an expert organizer as well as customer focused person having exceptional expertise in handling multiple cash transactions simultaneously. Under my supervision, he sharpened his skills in providing excellent customer service, guiding customers positively and collecting payment for purchases. Due to his positive attitude and continuous struggle, our client base was increased 30% within 2 years of his employment. In addition, he is a very good communicator who is able to develop good relationships with coworkers and seniors.
Again, I strongly recommend John as a prospective cashier of your company. I must say that John was among the few employees who had a potential to deliver. In my opinion, he would be a definite asset of your company. I wish him best of luck in his future ambitions.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if there is anything else I can do on John’s behalf.
Staples – Westbury, NY
sara @ email . com