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Susan M. Heathfield

Write an Employee Recognition Letter

By December 15, 2013

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A simple thank you letter, that recognizes specific employee contributions, goes a long way in helping employees feel recognized and rewarded. In fact, an employee recognition letter that accompanies a bonus check or a holiday gift magnifies the recognition an employee experiences.

An employee recognition letter seems like such a simple act to do for a coworker or reporting staff member. But, they are worth every second that you spend on them. An employee recognition letter generates extraordinary good will and appreciation.

It's a simple act, to write an employee recognition note, but their impact is too important to ignore. Write a note a day this holiday season. You'll fill your office and your life with good will and great happiness.

Some employees experience such gratification that they post the thank you and recognition letter in their cubicle, office, or workstation for years.

Find out how to write an effective employee recognition letter. See how thank you letters speak powerfully and send the message that you took the time to care.

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Sample Employee Recognition Letters

Comments
December 30, 2012 at 3:28 pm
(1) Lisa Ryan says:

It’s an amazingly simple practice that does a world of good. I still have commission statements that the Chairman wrote congratulatory notes on – and this was over ten years ago!

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