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A lot of people are looking for a job. But, as the employer, you can't accept every applicant unless they fit your company and fit the job position you're offering. If you have chosen the right employee for the job, then write a letter to that person. Tell him or her that you want him for the job through a job offer letter. Too busy to write one? Then choose from our stack of Job Offer Letter Templates in Word! These are 100% editable and printable. What are you waiting for? Download a ready-made template now!
According to the infographic released by interviewsuccessformula.com, last 2012, 56% of employers stated that a candidate declined their job offer. This shows that a person who applied for a job will not directly accept the job opportunity once the employer finds him or her suitable for it. But this shouldn't stop you from writing a great job offer letter for your candidates, as the employer. So, we'll help you with that. Here are some of the tips on how you can write one:
First, start your work offer with the statement/s why you offered the job to him or her on the formal letter. This will help the candidate know why you chose him or her instead of others. The reason may be because of his or her attitude, work experience, or others.
Next, as part of the letter, the candidate should understand his or her job details. You can write the salary the potential employee will receive. You may also write who he or she should report to.
Conditions are essential documents that will set order between you and the employee. You can directly write the terms and conditions (e.g. salary contract) on the letter. You may write it on another document, and tell the person to read the attached document/s.
Writing the benefits of the job helps the candidate decide on the employment invitation. You have to briefly state the benefits he or she can receive like insurances, leaves, and others.
You won't know about the candidate's acceptance of the job without hearing from the person. You may ask for the person's signature on the word document as a sign of the accepting the offer. Don't forget to instruct the person of what he or she should do next.
A job offer is a request or an invitation for a person to be part of a company or organization.
Yes, it means that the company chose you as one of their employees. But, you still have to undergo some background checks, if the company asks you to.
No, don't accept a job offer immediately, no matter how excited you get. Be sure that you did your research about the company. Make sure that you are fine with the salary, and if not, it's really okay to decline the offer. Ask the company when they need your answer to help you decide on the job.
Mostly, job offers are written. Majority of the employers send the job offer through mails. The reason for this is that the offer contains a lot of details about the job like a job description, salary, and others.
Yes, it's fine to tell the employer that you have another offer from another company. This can help the company speed up your employment. Also, they will learn that you are a person who's in demand.