PART-TIME EMPLOYEE OFFER LETTER
RE: OFFER OF PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT
Dear [CANDIDATE NAME],
On behalf of [COMPANY NAME], I am pleased to offer you part-time employment as a [JOB TITLE] starting on [START DATE].
In this role, you will be required to [DESCRIBE RESPONSIBILITIES].
The hourly rate for this position is $[AMOUNT], and you will be expected to work for [#] hours per week. Your compensation will be paid in regular [SCHEDULE] installments in accordance with the company’s standard payroll process and will be subject to applicable tax and other withholdings. As a non-exempt employee, you will be eligible for overtime pay.
As part of your compensation, we’re also offering [DESCRIBE BENEFITS].
Please sign and return this letter by [DATE] if you accept his employment offer. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
[SENDER NAME AND TITLE]
[SENDER PHONE NUMBER]
When an employer extends their offer of employment, it generally includes the following details:
- Company information. The sender should enter the company’s name and the contact information of the person the candidate can reach out to.
- Job title and responsibilities. A summary of what the candidate will be expected to do at their new position and the title they will carry should be included in the letter.
- Compensation details. The document should state how much the candidate will be paid per hour. It can also include how often the employee will be paid (monthly, weekly, bi-weekly, etc).
- Start date and schedule. The new hire must know when they are expected to start and the hours they are expected to work.
- Acceptance. The employer should include a space for the candidate to sign and return the letter to accept their new position.
Related Forms (2)
At-Will Employment Contract – After the candidate has accepted the appointment, the employer can send this binding contract that establishes the employment terms.
Salaried Employment Offer Letter – This letter extends an employment offer to an individual where they will be paid a salary.