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18 May
2017

Rana Adel

Associate Consultant
 

by: WILL ZIMMERMAN 

So, you’re ready to make a hire? That’s great – but before you do, you should make sure you have a thorough understanding of all the documents you’ll need or could need.

To that end, this article will break down some of the common forms, agreements, and letters needed to hire candidates. Let’s dive in:

1. The Offer Letter

What is it?: The formal, written job offer extended to a candidate. It typically includes details about the position and the compensation (including benefits) on offer. Signing the offer letter means that a candidate has accepted the job.

Why do you need it?: An offer letter puts everything you and the candidate have discussed in writing. It prevents future confusion over the role or compensation, which could be costly for both the company and the employee.

2. The Non-Compete Agreement

What is it?: Although non-compete agreements are not legal in every state, many companies still ask employees to sign them. A non-compete agreement prevents an employee from competing with the firm for a set amount of time after they have left their job.

Why do you need it?: If you’re worried that employees could use your trade secrets to open up competing businesses, it might be a good idea to ask new hires to sign non-compete agreements.

You’ll first want to make sure that your non-compete...Read more at: https://www.recruiter.com/i/a-brief-guide-to-critical-hiring-process-documents/

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