Server Recommendation Letter

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Writing a server recommendation letter is a simple way to inform others of the performance that a waiter or waitress did while working for your restaurant. This letter can help a server transition into a management position or find work as a server in a banquet center or restaurant. The letter should go into detail about the positive aspects of the individual.

Madelynn Wilkinson

City, State, Zip Code

Cell: 000-000-0000

Felicity Weeks,

Lynn Edwards started working as a server in my restaurant in 2009 and became one of our head servers the following year. While working under my supervision, she learned how to make deposits in our safe, how to handle complaints from customers and the importance of leading others. Her hard work made her a valuable asset to our team.

As a swing shift waitress, Edwards often came in at the last minute to take shifts when other servers called off at the last minute. She worked a wide range of shifts and was always available when we needed someone during the day, at night and on weekends. She excelled at working long hours daily.

Edwards learned the importance of handling large sums of money, making exact change and using our POS and credit card processing machines. Her friendly and welcoming smile made her one of our top waitresses, and she did a good job of finding solutions to customer problems. I highly believe she has a future in the food service industry as a manager or supervisor.


John Smith

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