A professionally drafted employment offer letter is important to prevent unintended commitments that you as an employer may be held accountable for.
Since employers assume that they are hiring most new employees on an at-will basis, the last thing they want is a binding employment contract or, even worse, to end up in court trying to defend a poorly drafted employment offer letter.
These types of problems can be avoided by using an employment offer letter drafted by an attorney experienced in employment law.
Our offer of employment letter covers these topics:
- Employee compensation package
- Employee wages
- Holiday and vacation schedule
- At-will employment status
- Employee representations
- Company stock
- Company benefits
- Employment relationship
- Employee eligibility
- Completion of required forms