Six Important Elements to Suggest be Incorporated Into an Expected Job Offer Letter
When interviewing, and you believe, or are told, that an Offer Letter is being prepared, it may be wise to proactively request that six important elements be included: (1) a “seamless transition,” (2) a “defined role,” (3) “commitment” in the relation, (4) “equivalence” in compensation, (5) “flexibility” regarding telecommuting, and (6) “reasonability” as to restrictions. This Model Memo explains each, and shows you “What to Say and How to Say It,”™ and how to explain each to your prospective employer. Geared more for the executive and management level, but applicable to everyone.
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