When making job offers to new employees, it’s important to provide clear terms so you can easily onboard the new workers and give them a strong chance to succeed. While many of the terms you need to cover are quite basic, it’s necessary to include them since leaving any of them out can complicate your relationship with the new employees.
As the terms set forth below should indicate, most of them should be easy to understand. However, if you think the prospective employee may have any questions, be sure to provide the name and phone number of someone who can provide timely answers.
The following information is presented in the form of two lists. The first one provides the types of information often needed during the first week on the job – and the second list addresses more detailed employment concerns.
Always choose the most accurate words possible for these basic job offer terms
The two lists above (which are normally combined) will usually meet the needs of most businesses. However, depending on your company’s unique situation, you may want to add terms related to the following topics.
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