Discover how to write an appropriate new hire offer letter.

A job offer letter starts off the employment relationship on a positive note. It includes most information about the job and its responsibilities. The job offer letter is kept very direct and positive allowing the candidate to understand the reason why he has been particularly chosen, the experience they bring and what is required of him. This letter encourages new employees to be confident with the decision to accept the job offer and the ability to perform as expected. A job offer letter also serves as a legal basis for employment ensuring that every word on that note can be held accountable to the company. This truth brings the company to a precise point where they can only promise the new employee what they will be able to deliver. The job offer letter contains details about the salary, benefits, dates and times and any other relevant information that the company wants to share.


A sample of the new job offer letter

Anna Leonard,
748 Poor House St.
Valrico, FL 33594

January 22, 2014

Viola Green,
The House of Dough,
83 Smith Ave.
Hialeah, FL 33010

REF: New Job Offer Letter

Dear Ms. Leonard,

Congratulations! We are pleased to confirm that you have been selected to work for the House of Dough as a chef. We are delighted to announce that you came in first from all those that were interviewed.

Your salary per hour is $80 for the first three months during your probation, and later on, it shall be revised upwards according to our performance.

You will be reporting to the Head of the Kitchen Department Mr. Vannier, who is your supervisor. The working hours of this position will be from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, Monday to Saturday. This post will be a permanent position that will be signed to a full contract after your three months of probation. The benefits that are relevant to this post apply to you only after the probation period is over.

Your first day of work will be on February 1, 2014, at 8:00 am. Please report to Mr. Vannier's office when you first come in for documentation and orientation.

Please study the enclosed information, sign the attached contract and copy of this letter and return it to me as a sign you are ready to work under the terms and conditions provided.

We look forward to receiving you and working with you.

Sincerely,

Viola Green
Human Resource Administrator,
The Home of Dough.

 

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