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Dear All,
I am currently working as HR Executive with IT firm in Dubai with one year experience, Recently I send a Job offer for Sales Engineer position. But the candidate is not ready to accept his offer as his expectation is more than we offered . I want to send a convincing letter to sign this offer without giving more salary but he can make good commission ( this we didn't inform him earlier) . Our commission scheme find below;
If he achieve
60% to 80% - 500$
80% to 100% - 750$
100% + - 1500$
Can anyone help me here to prepare this letter….

Urgent.... please help me out.......
Dear All,
I am currently working as HR Executive with IT firm in Dubai with one year experience, Recently I send a Job offer for Sales Engineer position. But the candidate is not ready to accept his offer as his expectation is more than we offered . I want to send a convincing letter to sign this offer without giving more salary but he can make good commission ( this we didn't inform him earlier) . Our commission scheme find below;
If he achieve
60% to 80% - 500$
80% to 100% - 750$
100% + - 1500$
Can anyone help me here to prepare this letter….

Hi, Kindly refer to standard Business Communication text or S.D Puri text for preparing various types of letters. With Regards Prof.Rajesh.W Pune 411033
Hi Joy,
I would suggest you to talk to the candidate rather than writing a letter to convince him to accept the offer. Talk to him & explain the attractive commissions that is on the offer. Be straight while explaining it to him so that he does not misunderstand & start cribbing once he joins ur company. Make him clear that commission is directly linked to his performance & give clarity about the payouts. If the opportunity excites, i believe he'll join or else he was not interested in the role; only trying to join u for the salary.
Regards,
Vadiraj Kulkarni

I agree with Vadiraj. Instead of writing a letter you should talk to him directly.

Through this you can easily try to convince him and will able to know about his thoughts, thinking and interest towards job offer.
rgds,
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