Should you tell your employer you have another job offer?
You should definitely tell a company that you just received an offer from another employer.
There’s a psychological payoff to telling a potential employer that you’ve already received another offer.
It shows them you’re employable (exceedingly so)—and by the way, may not be available on the job market much longer.
Do I have to disclose my new employer when resigning?
Before you resign from your job, do a self-check. Even with signed legal documents, employers have been known to renege on job offers. You don’t want to offer your two weeks’ notice if you don’t have a definite job waiting when you resign.
What to do if offered a job but waiting on another?
Ask what they can do to expedite the process. If you have a deadline on the other job offer, tell the employer about it. Assume your preferred employer is interested in you as a candidate. If they aren’t, they’ll tell you – and you’ll know you’re free to accept the offer you already received.14 Mar 2017
Does a job offer mean you got the job?
Once the verbal offer is acceptable to you, ask for the offer in writing. As the classic old saying goes, a verbal offer “isn’t worth the paper it’s written on.” A written offer commits the employer to giving you the job. If they aren’t willing to put it into writing, they aren’t really sure they’re going to hire you.4 Feb 2013