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G. The offer of employment

| Commentary

G.     The offer of employment

From a contractual standpoint, best practice is to ensure that once the offer of employment is made it is comprehensive in the sense of incorporating or (most usually) enclosing all relevant contractual documentation. This avoids uncertainty and/or dispute at a later stage as to the terms and conditions of employment (which, for example, could arise if the modern approach of dividing a staff handbook into contractual terms and non-contractual policies, and procedures and then making this accessible to staff electronically, results in a candidate receiving a job offer which does not make

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