If you're an employer, and you've discussed a job opening with an applicant, you can specify the terms and conditions of employment with an Employment Offer Letter. With this document you can confirm what was discussed in the final interview, so that the applicant has a clear idea about the position.
In an Employment Offer Letter you can put a job offer in writing, and provide information about where the job offer was made, what the employee's duties will be at the business, a start date, who the employee will report to, how he or she will be paid, the annual salary, possible commission, reimbursements, paid expenses, insurance and/or pension benefits, vacations, sick and personal leave, and length of employment, for instance an indefinite or specific time frame. If the employee accepts the offer set out in the Employment Offer Letter, you can formalize the terms in an employment agreement.
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Other names for this document: Job Offer Letter, Offer of Employment, Offer Letter
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