If you're struggling to start your cover letter, here are 6 different variations that have worked for others, along with why they worked. Use them as inspiration for your introductory paragraph.
As a long-time admirer of Amazon's dedication to customer-centricity and innovation, I am excited to apply for the Human Resources (HR) Administrator position. My own approach to HR closely aligns with Amazon's leadership principles, making it an ideal environment for me to contribute to the creation of thriving and inclusive workspaces.
When I first read about the Human Resources (HR) Administrator position at IBM, I couldn't help but think of my grandfather, who, as a former IBM engineer, would often share stories about the company's pioneering spirit. I am eager to become part of a company with such a rich history of innovation and contribute my HR expertise to foster a supportive and productive work environment.
As someone who values social responsibility and sustainability, I was immediately drawn to the Human Resources (HR) Administrator position at Patagonia. I am excited to bring my passion for creating inclusive and supportive work environments to a company that is equally dedicated to both its employees and the planet.
When I learned about the opportunity to be a Human Resources (HR) Administrator at Spotify, I knew I had found the perfect blend of my two passions: creating supportive work cultures and music. I am thrilled to apply my HR skills and experience to a company whose innovative approach to the industry has not only transformed the way we consume music but also how artists are supported.
As a firm believer in the power of communication and collaboration, I am excited to apply for the Human Resources (HR) Administrator position at Slack. By contributing to the creation of inclusive and supportive work environments, I hope to play a part in fostering the seamless communication that Slack is known for, both within the company and for its users.