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Elena Tchernycheva asked 4 months ago

Hello
Can I accept an employment offer letter signed and with the note ‘without prejudice’ added next to the signature; and how that may affect an employer?

1 Answers
Glenn Demby Staff answered 4 months ago

I’m not exactly sure why you’d do that. If you’re trying to reserve your right to further negotiate, I don’t think it will work. Once you sign, you’ve pretty much accepted the offer in its current state. If you want to further negotiate, I think you’d be better off not signing. 

Elena Tchernycheva replied 4 months ago

Hello Glenn, thank you. Just to clarify, I was asking on behalf of the employer. This is how the candidate signed the offer we have placed.