Examples of human resources letters are available to download from the human resources sections of the University Missouri, University of California, Davis and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill websites. They may include letters of warning, letters of expectations, proof of service letters and probationary release letters, notes the UC Davis. Other letters include those for job offers and rejection.
Human resource departments may use standard templates. For example, they may have standard letters for disciplinary actions like demotion, suspension without pay, investigation and dismissal, according to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other types of human resources letters include those for employment testing and background checks.