Samples of job offer letters can be found on the websites of About.com, go2hr and Business Victoria, as of 2015. These sites give tips on what to include in job offer letters, as well as actual samples.
Job offer letters are legally binding and serve as the legal basis for an employee's employment. They should cause new employees to have confidence in their decision to join the company, as well as their ability to do their jobs. Offer letters should be direct and positive, and typically include the position offered, salary, start date, benefits and the names of any other documents that need to be signed.