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DIRTY EMPLOYER TRICKS MAN: JOB OFFER FOR $8,000 BUT APPOINTMENT LETTER SAYS $4,000

Job offer letter different than what was presented during interview. Thoughts? 

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Hi all. As the above says I had a job interview where when I asked about the compensation the human resource manager said that “it would be in the $96,000 a year”

The offer letter states that it would be $48,000 until I show proficiency in the software they use/job requirements. They said “We expect this to take six months”

This would be my first engineering job, but I can’t help but think that I’m getting the short end here.

What should I do? Should I sign the offer letter or continue my job search? This is going to be my first full time job and I’m afraid that I will get worse offers or can’t even find one in the coming months.

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The repayment of my school loan will begin soon.

Here are what netizens think:

  • I’m willing to bet you’re not getting a 50+% raise in 6 months.
  • Alot of employers use dirty tricks to cheat their employees as everything that is said from the mouth cannot be presented in court unless you have a recording of the verbal contract and a witness who will side with you. But I doubt the companie’s HR will be a witness against their own company.
  • Yep. Require something in writing about how proficiency is demonstrated, and salary after the fact. Otherwise, it is meaningless.
  • My very first job did something similar to me. I was looking for a full-time salaried position, they claimed they were hoping for an hourly intern during the interview, but offered the 6 month trial before pay bump. Everything was in writing. 6 months later, “We can’t afford to do this” and “We meant when you have your P.E. and could head projects.”
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