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How much does it cost to review a Employment Offer in Texas? Below are summary details about a user that needed to review an Employment Offer in Texas. This cost data comes directly from ContractsCounsel's online marketplace. The user received 7 bids to review the Employment Offer at a pricing range of $335 - $1,500 on a flat fee. The data includes project specifications and Employment Offer pricing. To review more pricing data, visit Employment Offer pricing.
Service type
Review
Document type
Employment Offer
Location
Texas
Client type
Personal
Client industry
-
Deadline
Less than a week
Pricing Range
$335 - $1,500 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
7 bids
Pages
3 pages

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Lawyers that Bid on this Employment Offer Project

Attorney

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26 years practicing

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$400/h

Partner/Attorney at Law

(36)

16 years practicing

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$350/h

Lawyer

(129)

8 years practicing

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$245/h

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(31)

16 years practicing

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$275/h

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9 years practicing

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31 years practicing

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43 years practicing

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41 years practicing

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Other Lawyers that Help with Employment Offer Projects

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(6)

3 years practicing

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$350/h

Attorney

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26 years practicing

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Managing Member

(49)

41 years practicing

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$475/h

Owner

(1)

17 years practicing

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$350/h

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Forum Questions About Employment Offer

Employment Offer

Washington

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

How to compare multiple employment offers?

I recently received multiple job offers and I'm having difficulty deciding between them. I'm trying to weigh the pros and cons of each offer, and would like to know what considerations should be taken into account when comparing multiple employment offers. I'm concerned about the salary, benefits, vacation time, and job responsibilities, but I'm not sure what other factors I should consider.

Merry A.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

Congratulations on receiving multiple job offers. In addition to what you listed as considerations, above, you can review things such as whether these are all for employment (rather than independent contractor); whether you would be considered "at will" or would be given a number of rights as an employee; and whether the employer would provide training/mentorship etc. If I were in your shoes, I'd compare reviews of each employer, as an employer - this can be hard to find, but Glassdoor.com has a limited number of reviews of certain employers. If at all possible, reach out to some current employees at each company and ask the same or similar questions, such as "what do you like or dislike most" about your job and the employer?

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Employment Offer

Florida

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

Does the employment offer mention promotions?

I was recently offered a job and I am interested in understanding what the terms of the agreement are regarding promotions. I have been in the same job for several years and I am looking for something with more potential for advancement. Although the job offer does not explicitly mention promotions, I am hoping to get more information about the company's policy regarding career growth.

Gill D.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

Employment offers can contain information about promotions, but they typically do not. Jobs and employers and situations change over time and employers don't want to get stuck agreeing to a promotion before working with you.

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