An offer letter is a type of document that is delivered to an applicant after he or she has been chosen for a job. The wage package, designation, department, and other advantages to which he will be entitled if he joins the organization are all clearly stated in the letter. A statement of at-will employment, a list of eventualities, and a confidentiality agreement are the only other requirements. After you sign the offer letter, you are not legally obligated to join the firm. However, in extremely rare instances, this may be possible.
When an individual receives the offer letter, he or she must accept it in order to continue with the hiring process. Accepting an offer letter can be done either orally or in writing. It is, in essence, a written formality to offer and accept a job.
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