Aug 16, 2018 - 03:59 AM
• Written acceptance of the job you applied for
• A formal thank you and expression of appreciation for the opportunity
• Acknowledgement that you accept the terms of employment, including the salary, benefits, etc.
• Affirmation that you will start on the requested day
You can send your job acceptance letter via email or by standard mail. If you send your letter through the mail, make sure you include your phone number and contact information. You should do this even if you believe the employer has your information on file.
If you send your formal acceptance through email, plan on putting your name in the title of the message (i.e. Your Name – Job Acceptance Notification). This will ensure that your email gets opened and read by the recipient. No matter which format you use to send your letter, make sure you address it to the appropriate party, whether it is a department manager, hiring manager, or the employer themselves.