An Offer Letter or an Employment Offer Letter is a formal job offer letter containing all the terms and conditions of employment usually provided in writing to a candidate who has been selected to work with a Business. The job offer letter describes briefly information about the position offered, location of the job, starting date, salary and other information pertaining to the job offered. It is customary for a candidate accepting the job offer to sign a copy of the letter and return the same to the employer within the time prescribed in the job offer letter.
How to use a offer letter?
We provide an easy-to-use format which can be used to draft an Offer Letter by the employer. The letter is usually drafted on a company letter head and is signed and authorised by the employer. The letter contains information such as the job position being offered, job location, starting date and other information pertaining to the job. An offer letter has to be accepted by the candidate by signing on a copy of that letter and returning the copy to the employer.
How to Create
Job offer letters are printed on the letterhead of the employer and signed by the Management or HR Manager authorized to hire the candidate. It is usually accompanied by some sort of company seal or trademark, so as to give it an added quality of formality and importance. In case the candidate accepts the position, the candidate must himself sign a copy of the letter and return it to the employer to indicate acceptance of the job offer.