Employment Offer: Wyoming
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Vonde Smith, Law Offices of Vonde M. Smith, PC
- Wyoming permits both verbal and written employment offers. See Employment Offer.
- An employment offer should clearly state the terms of employment, particularly where employers intend for the relationship to be at-will. The offer should contain a Wyoming-specific disclaimer. See Employment Offer.
- Employers must be mindful of their oral representations when communicating an employment offer, as these can become the basis of implied promises that are enforceable. See Verbal Offer.
- Written employment offers can give rise to a claim for promissory estoppel. See Written Offer.
- The offer should specify whether the offer is conditional upon any other factors. See Conditional Employment Offer.
- Employment offers that are conditional upon results of a medical examination, give rise to special concerns under federal and state law. See Conditional Employment Offers.
- Wyoming law permits employers to withdraw an employment offer without specifying a reason for withdrawing the offer. See Withdrawal of the Employment Offer.