What do you put in the recipient of a cover letter?
The recipient of a cover letter is an HR representative or recruiter, and ultimately, the hiring manager. The hiring manager is the person who will be your future boss. When you address your cover letter, it is best to include the hiring manager’s name.
How do you end an email professionally saying thank you?
Here are a few of the most common ways to end an email:Best.Sincerely.Regards.Kind regards.Thank you.Warm wishes.With gratitude.Many thanks.
What can be used instead of thanks and regards?
“Kind Regards” AlternativesSincerely.Cordially.Many thanks.Take care.Sending you the best.Respectfully.Thank you for reading.With gratitude.
Can we write thanks and regards together?
3 Answers. Yes, many use that way, also in “Best Regards”. But, especially if we’re talking about some official/formal email, I’d suggest to write according to the normal rules of orthography. In that case, write them like this: “Best regards”, “Thanks and regards” or “Yours faithfully”, etc.