Congratulations, you've aced the interview and have received a promising verbal job offer! What comes next?
Receiving a verbal offer
Receiving a verbal offer is an exciting achievement! Keep in mind that the verbal offer is typically a preliminary step in the hiring process.
Take this chance to clarify any details, such as the proposed salary, benefits, start date, and any other terms discussed during the interview. This ensures everyone is on the same page before an offer is written. Our Offers Navigators are here to assist you with this process.
Behind the scenes
After extending a verbal offer, employers often need some time to finalize the offer package. This can include preparing the official offer letter, discussing internal logistics, and potentially performing background checks or reference verifications.
During this period, it's important to be patient and allow the HR team or hiring manager the necessary time to complete these tasks. Remember, this process demonstrates the company's commitment to a thorough and thoughtful onboarding experience.
Receiving a written offer
The written offer outlines all the terms and conditions of your employment, providing a clear and comprehensive overview of what you can expect. This document serves as a reference point throughout your time with the facility, so it's essential to review it carefully.
Once you receive the written offer, take some time to review it thoroughly. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your Offers Navigator for clarification.
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- Call or text us at 866-OK-NOMAD (866-656-6623)
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- Email us at Support@Nomadhealth.com.
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