Job offer letters start the employment relationship off on a positive note. They let the candidate know that they were chosen specifically and that you recognise the skills and experience they bring to your company. This encourages new employees to feel confident, not only of their decision to have accepted your job offer, but in their ability to perform the job itself.
A welcome letter to a new employee gets them excited for their first day, prepares them for orientation and gives necessary first-day info.
A Conflict of Interest refers to a situation where an employee’s personal interest might contradict the interest of the company they work for.
After choosing the right person for the job, after making a verbal offer send them an offer letter for them to formally respond to.
This letter is used where the Company wishes to offer unpaid work, detailing the job title and start date.
In some circumstances drug testing may be justified where working under the influence of drugs could give rise to health and safety considerations or serious damage to the employer's business.
This questionnaire collects specific job-related information about a post, and relevant health information about the new starter.
This form should be completed and sent to the HR department for action once the successful candidate has been identified and a verbal offer made.