Dear All
I need one Clarification.
Should all the pages of the Offer Letter which we extend to the candidates be in a letterhead, or is it enough if we simply have the first page of the offer letter in letterhead.
15th June 2011 From India, Hyderabad

Assistant Manager Human Resources
Hr & Administration Specialist
Garima Sharma
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+3 Others

Dear Mahesh, Its better if all pages of offer letter printed in letter head and it should be signed by the employer and candidate in all pages. Company seal would be added advantage.
15th June 2011 From India, Bhubaneswar
Hi Mahesh,
My advice to you will to use all latter heads, besides I was wondering why would you have a “Offer Latter” for more the one page?
I would understand that one can have 5 pages “Appointment Letter” , but why “Offer Latter” for more the one page?
15th June 2011 From India, Bhopal
Hi there, YOu Use the letter head for the first page and/ if there is more you use continuation page. Regards
16th June 2011 From Oman, Muscat
Dear Mahesh,

Please use first page of Company Letter head, and remaining sheets company logo is good enough.

if you have any doubts regarding offer letter and appointment letter feel free to contact at any time - 9686825830

16th June 2011 From India, Bangalore
I do agree with him, the Offer letter should not be of more than 1 page. But in any case if it is, you can either use the plane A4 sheets wid signature & seal of the authorised person, or use can also use the photo copies of the letterhead for rest of the pages.
17th June 2011 From India, Gurgaon
Dear Seniors,
I am Rakesh Rana and currently working in JN Management as Assistant HR. So, I need an Offer Letter format.
Please provide me offer Later format as soon as possible.
Rakesh Rana
19th December 2012 From India, Ambala
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