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I want to send a few offer letters to the talent accross interview.
They have never been for an interview to my company. Want to offer them directly because they are the best in the industry.
Need a format for this letter.

From India, Mumbai
First, are you considering these candidates based on their academics? There is no difference in offer letter, unless you need to mention some specific clauses. Also please use the Find Information tab, as you will find load of sample information.

From India, Bangalore
Hi Mahr This letter is sent to few people in our industry and have proved their metal in the industry.. Need to Offer them and pull them to my company.
From India, Mumbai

Is it head-hunting?? If not, at least you make telephonic interview and send them an offer. Without interview If you provide offer letter, It may spoil your company image.

Below is the sample given by Amit seth (one of Cite HR members)

Date : ___________

Ms. / Mr. _________________





Dear ________________,

With reference to your application and subsequent interview with us, we are pleased to offer you the position of ___________________ in our organisation at a CTC of Rs. __________________ (Rupees ___________________ only) .

We would expect you to join as early as possible but not later than _________, beyond which the offer would stand withdrawn, unless a new date is mutually agreed upon, by us in writing.

On the date of your joining, you may please bring along the following:

1. Proof of age

2. Copies of Educational Certificates

3. Copies of professional Certificates

4. Relieving certificate from the previous employer

5. Appointment letter of the previous employer and salary revision letters

6. Last pay slip received from the previous employer

7. Form 16 (TDS certificate)

8. 3 Passport Size photographs

9. An updated Curriculum Vitae

This Offer of Employment is subject to receipt of satisfactory references.

This Letter of Offer is being sent in duplicate. Kindly sign the copy as a token of your acceptance of the offer and return us the same.

For, Company Name

Name: Employee Name


From India, Madras
I would suggest this is not a good way to recruit staff.
To minimise any risk to your company, you should follow an established Recruitment and Selection process to ensure you get the best candidates for the position.
Without interviewing these people, you do not know if they have the skills and experience you need, the ability to do the job, or the temperament and ability to fit in with your current staff.
Hiring of staff is an expensive process. Make a mistake and hire the wrong person and your costs then skyrocket, with loss of productivity, damage to company reputation, effect on staff morale, and additional cost to employ someone else.
I would think this through very carefully.

From Australia, Melbourne
Yes it would be very risky to hire a person without conducting interview. It will more effect to the organisation’s image.
From India, Jaipur
This is not the right strategy to hire people.
1. The candidates to whom the offer has been made can sue you for offering a job, which they never applied
2. Even if you send offers to 100, only 2 or 3 would join . If I were to receive an offer letter without applying for a job , I would consider it a prank, if not fraud
3. The incoming employee may not fit into your company's expectation
4. Your own company management could question you at a later date for having hired people without interview.
5. It will affect your company's image very badly

From India, Madras
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