When someone lands a job with your company, use our Employment Confirmation Letter to outline the duties and details of the position. Written confirmation is an important step when hiring an employee. With the details spelled out on paper from the beginning, you'll set a foundation for a positive and productive employee-employer relationship.
After a long search, it's rewarding to find just the right person to join your business. Once you've made an employment offer and it's been accepted, create an Employment Confirmation Letter before your new hire starts work. You both want to make sure that what you've talked about is formalized. By including the starting date, compensation, job description and other details, you can set expectations for the position. At the same time, you'll help your future employee better understand their role, and that salary you promised is now in writing.
Interested in learning more about essential employment forms? Check out our HR Guide for additional information.
Other names for this document: Job Confirmation Letter, Confirmation of Employment Letter, Letter of Employment Confirmation
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