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  1. That is what I thought, all I want is more detail on the terms and conditions of employment in writing, nothing too complex I hope. I will contact them thanking them for the offer and asking those questions, no doubt they will have a standard set of terms they could send me. I will just be honest and upfront with them as I want to start the new job on good terms and clear understanding of what to expect. Thanks
  2. It is a bit strange to say I could just walk away from the contract at anytime, surely the whole point of a contract is make you responsible for your employment, if that was the case I could just walk away from my current employer, but I already know I have to give a months notice. The advice of asking more questions and terms & conditions is a good one, I do not want to mess around a potential new employer, but also would like more information before I agree to join them. My thoughts was that even if I accept the job offer, I could still back out up and until I signed a contract, is that not right?
  3. Hi Everyone I apologise in advance if this seems like a silly question, but I need some advice/opinion as I have been out of the job seeking market for some time. Basically I have worked for the same company for over 20 years, but due to a takeover and potential relocation of the offices I have been looking for a new job. I have been offered a new job with a local company, they have sent me a a official offer letter detailing just the job title, annual salary and proposed start date. The offer expires in a couple of days and I am not sure what to do in terms of the job employment process. I really want to know more about the terms and conditions of the job like holidays, benefits, etc, but I guess that will be in the contract. My question is, if I say yes to the job offer letter, am I legally bound to them if I change my mind a few days later, what I am trying to work out is at what point is no return, because I am guessing that until I get a contract from and sign it, I cannot hand in my notice with my current employer. Hope that makes some sense. Thanks
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