You’ve found your ideal job candidate. The person has the skills and qualifications to perform well in the position you’re hiring him for, and he fits the mold and culture of your company. You’ve sent this person an offer of employment, and he has accepted. The offer may have provided a few details regarding the person’s future employment with your company such as salary, a general description of his future duties, and the title of his position. However, there’s still plenty you may want to set in stone prior to the beginning of the person’s employment. That is where an employment agreement comes into play.