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Job Offer Letter

Non-Exempt Employee (Hourly)

Template for offer letter for a non-exempt employee. Non-exempt employees are hourly workers and are paid for any overtime hours.

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Letter to Candidate offering them the non-exempt position in the company. Nonexempt workers are entitled to earn the minimum wage and qualify for overtime pay.

The employer is writing to a candidate to offer them a position within a company, team or department. The offer letter includes details of their supervisor and department and their starting date (subject to the candidate's circumstances).

Furthermore, the details of the hourly wages, overtime wages and employment benefits are stated.

The job offer letter ends by requesting that if the candidate accepts the offer, they should sign and return the duplicate copy of this letter agreement. Additionally, a deadline for accepting the offer as stipulated.

A welcoming message is added to show the company's support.

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This document should be carefully read by the Individual Candidate and Employer.

This offer letter format may be used by an employer to formally send a letter to a candidate, notifying them of a non-exempt job offer. 

The position to be admitted, the hourly rate for compensation and termination clause should all be clearly stated in the Job Offer Letter.

If the candidate decides to accept the offer, they should proceed to sign this letter of agreement. 

If either party wishes to amend this letter agreement in the future, both parties should agree to do so, and the original agreement and amendments should be recorded in writing and signed by both parties.

 

 

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