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What is the difference between an Employment Offer Letter and an Employment Agreement?Employment Offer Letter is an offer of employment given to mid to low level employees. It contains the key terms and conditions of employment in a brief letter. It can be accepted (signed) by the employee and then returned to the employer. Once the Offer Letter is accepted the terms and conditions are binding on both parties.

Employment Agreement is an agreement between an employer and employee specifying the rights and obligations of each party. The Employment Agreement is generally used for more senior level employees where the terms and conditions are more complex.
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____________________, _______________ __________


23 June 2018

_______________, ____________________ __________

Dear ____________________,

Re: Offer of Employment

I am very pleased to offer you the position of ____________________. This is a full-time, permanent position with a start date of 23 June 2018.

This position will have a starting salary of £0.00 per year. Your salary is payable every two weeks, less required deductions.

You will receive one week of paid holiday per year, pro-rated for your first year if applicable. Holidays are to be taken at such time or times as are mutually convenient between the employer and the employee.

You will be reporting directly to ____________________.

Please remember that this offer is contingent upon meeting the following conditions:

  • Agreeing to the terms and conditions of an employment contract.

We look forward to having you join our team and look forward to your response. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me at .




____________________ (Employer)

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