MBA Recommendation Letter

By | August 4, 2012


Matthew Hale,

General Manager (HR),

Green Park Hotels Inc,

Los Angeles, CA 90006


The Director,

University of Utah Business School,

Salt Lake City, UT 84103

Dear Sir,

Jennifer Fox worked as the operations manager in our hotel in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles for two years. She was hired at a time when the economy was in recession and our occupancy rate was abysmally low. Initially, I was a bit apprehensive about hiring her in such difficult times as she had no prior experience in handling large teams. However, my concerns, to my delight, were proven groundless.

She arranged a meeting of all the employees on joining and asked them to speak up about the deficiencies and offer suggestions to improve business. She compiled a report of the meeting with her recommendations. After obtaining my approval, she initiated multiple changes in the hotel.

She made alterations in the restaurant menu, changes in the d├ęcor, introduced discount offers for customers and monthly incentives for employees. A hotel that was in the red turned out a profit within eight months of Jennifer taking over as the operations manager. Though she leaves behind a void that is difficult to fill, I wish her all the best in the future and urge you to favorably consider her application for admission in to the MBA program in your university.

Yours Sincerely,

Matthew Hale

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