Offer Letter vs Employment Contract: Know The Difference

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After months of recruiting, you’ve finally found the perfect candidate to hire. Your hiring manager is ready to send an offer letter, or maybe an employment contract. It doesn’t much matter, because they’re essentially the same thing, right?

Actually, no. A job offer letter and an employment contract are two completely different HR documents. Below are the ins and outs of both, including legal ramifications to be aware of.

What is an Offer Letter?

An offer letter is a formal document sent to a candidate offering them a job at a company. It includes basic information about the position and

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