Offer of Employment


Overview
The Offer of Employment is a letter which makes a written offer of employment to a prospective employee.

When You Need It
- To make a written offer of employment for both management and non-management positions.  
- While the law does not generally require that employers communicate their offers in writing, a written offer helps to ensure that the terms are properly communicated, and enables the employee to give careful consideration to important aspects of the job offer.  
- This Offer of Employment may be used with an individual who is being offered a job as a full-time employee.  
- It should not be used with individuals who may be hired as independent contractors, or with anyone retained from an agency on a temporary basis.   


Getting Started

You will need:
- Name and address of prospective employee.
- Name and address of prospective employer.
- Details of the job being offered, such as title, compensation, responsibilities, benefits, start date and expiration of offer, if any.

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the information contained in the letter.
- To document another offer of employment.