Hardly any employer hires a custodian without first approving a recommendation letter. Why? Well, these days, nothing is more important than hiring a custodian who will require the least amount of training and will contribute the most. The greatest way of finding out if an individual is all that he is claiming to be in a cover letter or/and a resume is to study a recommendation letter provided by an ex-employer.
Custodian recommendation letters are “positive letters” as they provide a positive overview of an employee’s abilities and professional standing at the company that he used to work for. This letter is not addressed to anyone in particular and usually hold a to whom it may concern header.
February 11, 2016
To Whom It May Concern
I am writing to recommend Jack Ernest who worked at The Residence as Custodian. He is meticulous in performing all kinds of cleaning and maintenance tasks around the building. He have been commended by supervisors and clients on several occasions and earned the title of “Eager Beaver”.
Jack’s work precision and diligence first came to my notice when he singlehandedly cleaned the entire building within the record time of 6 hours, just in time of arrival of a delegation of foreign guests. Even for the guests’ picky tastes, the cleanliness was “impeccable” as they pointed out. Since then, Jack has been a consistent favorite of all residents who want him to be assigned to their apartments on a daily basis!
Not only is Jack good at his work, he maintains decorum when communicating with people around him and is generally well-liked by his peers. He handles responsibility well and is a tireless worker. He has my strong recommendation as he will be a credit to your organization in many ways. Please feel free to call me at (000) 444-4444 if you need any additional information regarding his suitability to join your organization.
452 20th Street S
Great Falls, MT 01833