Job Offer Accepted, Then Declined by Employee

It happens every now and then: you accept a new job offer, and then something arises that changes your mind. It could be (a) a counter-offer, (b) learning new information, or (c) a simple change of heart. Whatever it is, you need to withdraw your acceptance with as much grace and as little “burning of bridges” as possible. It’s not going to be easy, but this Model Letter will make it easier. It shows you “What to Say and How to Say It.”™
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