job offer


job offer
job offer UK US noun [C]
HR an offer from an employer to give you a job: make (sb) a job offer »

Under the terms of the Act, an employer can only ask about a candidate's disability after a job offer has been made.

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accept/turn down a job offer

withdraw a job offer »

We were forced to withdraw the job offer when we found out about his criminal record.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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