How To Accept and Decline Job Offers
You reached the end of your job search and managed to receive at least one offer. Maybe you have even received two or more offers, which gives you the ability to negotiate and really make a decision on what is best for you and your future.
So many people mistakenly believe that this is the end of the line. You make deep thought necessary to understand what you want, what kind of environment you need to thrive, and to make it happen for yourself. You get the deal and you can just sit and put things in the cruise control, right?
Eh, not so much. The problem with all this thought process is that it assumes receiving the supply means that hard work is done. This could not be further from the truth. In all reality, receiving an offer or offers is really just the beginning of the difficult process of making a final decision. It has sometimes been learned during the interview process that a particular employer is simply not for you. Other times, they only have several offers on the table and they use their job description ideally to determine what works best. And then you have to make the final call.
Finally, you have to accept an offer, which is a very exciting event in your life and your career. However, what most people forget at this stage, is that the offers you refuse came from somewhere. These patterns are waiting to hear from you, and it would be very unprofessional to leave hanging. Not to mention the incredible damage it would do to your personal brand.
So, after you make the decision about what offer to accept and offer (s) to leave behind, it is in your best interest to do everything possible to keep the relationships around you. By adopting this approach, you can build your personal brand in the eyes of professionals instead of burning ships would be very difficult to rebuild.
In this context, we will dive.
Decide to accept or reject
You must accept for one of two reasons:
You have received an initial offer that met all your needs with a company that meets the criteria specified in the description of your ideal job.
They have effectively negotiated the terms to be supplied.
You must refuse one of three reasons:
You have received an offer after learning during the interview process that the organization was not the right place for you.
You have received an offer that was too many aspects that did not fit the description of your ideal job.
You have tried to negotiate what you needed as part of the deal and you have not been successful or the organization is not open to negotiation.
How to accept an offer
Based on these terms, we accept a first offer. At a high level, you want to accept the offer verbally and on paper. It is also a good idea to inform each individual who interacts with them during the interview, in addition to signing and submitting your formal offer letter.
At the most basic level, you want to sign the offer letter containing the most current terms of employment based on the negotiations you have made. Do not sign an offer that does not include updated information that reflects your negotiations. If you do not negotiate, you can sign the offer letter you received for the first time.
Also, you should call your main contact to tell them that you have accepted their offer and that they can be expected in the mail. When you talk to them, say something like this:
“Hello, [name], this is [your name] and I will call you to accept my offer officially join [name of organization]. I have signed and mailed / mailed my offer letter and you can expect To receive in the week.Is there anything else I should do to help move the process through this stage? ”
They will give you an answer that reflects your enthusiasm and desire to make you join the team. I hope they give you many details to define your expectations, but you can not count on that. If they do not give you any details, then you should ask:
“What can I expect from the whole integration process, and when should I expect to hear from you?”
Now you have accepted the offer (congratulations!), You say the person you need to know, and you know what to expect. The next thing to do is