I want to include this sentence in my job rejection letter: Can I have some feedback on why my application was unsuccessful, please?
Can I say that?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
You can use "feedback on" as well.
"Feedback for" doesn't really work for me. The sentence you finally decided on is good.
I suggest that there is no point in replying to a rejection letter.
You have not been chosen. That's it, it's all over, nothing more to be said.
But perhaps you and Dominoes live in a kinder, gentler and less litigious place than I. I hope so. It would be nice to live in a place like that.
Last edited by probus; 19-Jan-2013 at 06:45.
Within an organisation, I would give feedback on why an internal candidate has not been selected for promotion. Such feedback is useful career guidance. Like probus, I would never give feedback to other applicants.