Getting a job reference is like adventuring in a maze – you have to navigate through a multitude of sentences and phrases to understand what your employer really thinks of you. At the same time, a job reference is an important document that summarizes an employee’s achievements and skills during their employment. Standardized formulations are often used, but they can have a deeper meaning. In particular, the so-called “ten sentences in the job reference” represent a linguistic labyrinth that needs to be unraveled.
In this article, we’ll examine ten of the most common phrases in a job reference and unravel their true meanings. Incidentally, it is not only decisive what is in a certificate, but also what is not there. So buckle up and get ready for a language journey through the testimonial maze!