A Collection of Articles Related to Job Offers
Included in this post is a collection of hand-picked articles and resources related to creating job offers, but first, a few brief points to consider.
When you’re creating a job offer, it must be attractive and offer benefits for your potential employee. Keep in mind this is a binding document. Outline the job description and include all duties that you may need your employee to fulfill now or in the future.
You don’t want to go overboard and include every job duty under the sun, but think about what else this new hire may be working on in the future.
For example if you’re hiring a consultant. You may have an agreement that the main work will be creating reports. But in the future, you may need that consultant to lead an improvement project based on the findings from one of the reports. It’s easier to say, “it’s in the job description,” opposed to asking for the extra work to be completed.
You will want to work with your HR department when creating a job offer. If you don’t have an HR department, you can have a lawyer look over your job offer to ensure everything is legal. Once a lawyer gives you approval, you can use this job offer as a template, for future use.
Have a look at the articles I have included for this post related to job offers.
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