A job offer letter is a formal manuscript indicating an agreement between employer and employee.
It is presented by the company and lays out all the information regarding future employment for the individual being hired. Job offer letters are usually signed by the person accepting the position and then returned as a matter of formal receipt. Letters may include various types of information and usually spell out specific details regarding salary, benefits and the employment starting date. They also include the title and description of the position and any pertinent details concerning employment conditions or stipulations. Potential-hires may respond with an acceptance or a document outlining negotiated terms.
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