Sample Letters of Recommendation for Fast Food Employees

If you've had an excellent fast food employee on your team, be sure to write a letter of recommendation.
If you've had an excellent fast food employee on your team, be sure to write a letter of recommendation. | Source

He has dealt with grouchy customers, grease splashes, and inconsiderate tour groups. He has always had a positive attitude, and represented your business with a smile. And, after years of dedication, he's moving on.

The best way to thank a diligent and loyal employee is to provide letters of recommendation. These letters can help him or her with future jobs and graduate school applications.

If you've been asked to write a letter of recommendation, and are stumped for ideas, don't fret. These sample letters of recommendation for fast food employees can help you write your own letter. Be sure to write the letter using business letter format. If possible, provide him or her with at least ten copies with your original signature.

Sample Letter of Recommendation for a Pizza Restaurant Worker

To Whom it May Concern:

I highly recommend Eduardo Cantu for future employment. He was employed by Perky Pizza Guys from May 2016 to July 2018. I was his supervisor during this time, and he was a pleasure to work with.

Eduardo was always very responsible and dependable. In the two years that he worked for us, he was never tardy. He took his job seriously. He was a fast learner and easy to train. He covered every position for me.

I can truly say we were blessed to know Eduardo and are sad to see him leave. He was diligent, rarely made any errors and worked well with other employees. He never complained and he helped train several new workers.

Eduardo always had a positive attitude. He represented Perky Pizza with a smile, even when dealing with frantic and grouchy customers. if you choose to hire Eduardo, you will not regret your decision.

You are more than welcome to contact me at (503)359-3342. Also, free free to email me at perkypizzaguy@gmail.com. Have a great day!

Sincerely,


Paul Monticello

Fast food workers must deal with rude customers.
Fast food workers must deal with rude customers. | Source

Sample Letter of Recommendation for a Hamburger Restaurant Worker

Dear Sir or Madam:

Happy Hamburger House was blessed to have Shelly Washington as a team member. She was employed as a worker from March 2016 to June 2017. She was a pleasure to work with. I can honestly say that Shelly was a wonderful asset to the Happy Hamburger team.

I have personally known Shelly and her family for almost fifteen years. I hired her two days after her 16th birthday. She is a quick learner, and easy to train. She took her job very seriously. I cannot remember Shelley ever having to cancel a shift.

We will truly miss Shelly and her positive attitude. I know her goal is to become a child psychologist, and I believe she will be a great one. She can relate well to others, and handles stress very well.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call me at (321)123-1233. Have a blessed day!

Respectfully,

Angie Nunez

Fast food workers must  be great team players.
Fast food workers must be great team players. | Source

Sample Letter of Recommendation for Drive-In Fast Food Worker

To Whom it May Concern:

I am the store manager for Jungle Drive-In, located at 5434 West Carlisle Street in Windy Village, TX. I have been the manager since 2004. One of the best employees I have had on my team is Kevin Jimenez.

I highly recommend Mr. Jimenez for all future employment. He was truly an asset to the Jungle Drive-In team. I hired him in November 2016, when he was 15 1/2. Mr. Jimenez personally contacted me asking if there were any job openings when he was 15. His patience paid off when I hired him a few months later.

In the time that Mr. Jimenez worked for Jungle Drive-In, he covered all positions. However, I most frequently assigned him to be a car-hop because he had a great, friendly attitude. He was always courteous with both customers and fellow staff.

Mr. Jimenez worked between 20 and 30 hours every week. He was never late to a shift. He even filled in for a few shifts at last-minute notice. He rarely made any errors. He has told he hopes to become a petroleum engineer or a math teacher. I know he was do a superb job in whatever he chooses to be.

If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to call me at (332)344-3421.

Sincerely,

Matt Manager

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