What is an Offer of Employment Letter (Non-binding)?

An Offer of Employment Letter is an employment agreement between an employer and an employee. The non-binding version of this document is not in itself a legally enforceable employment agreement, and is usually used together with an Employment Contract for a senior employee.


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What is an Offer of Employment Letter (Non-binding)?

An Offer of Employment Letter is an employment agreement between an employer and an employee. The non-binding version of this document is not in itself a legally enforceable employment agreement and is usually used together with an Employment Contract for a senior employee.

Can a company cancel an offer letter?

 
Yes, a company can cancel an offer letter before any word of its acceptance or denial has been sent through. However, it cannot be canceled after a response has been sent in. Once accepted an offer letter becomes a basic legal contract between an employee and an employer. Withdrawal then-after falls under ‘Breach of Contract’. 
Acceptance of an offer is necessary for a binding contract. If an employer revokes a job offer, the candidate can sue the employer.

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Key points included

  • Details of the job, including the position, duties and location of work;
  • Salary and benefits;
  • Number of days of annual leave;
  • Probation period (if any);
  • Notice required for termination of employment;
  • Conditions for the offer; and
  • Deadline for acceptance.