13 Best Thank You Notes to Coworkers

Your fellow coworkers can sometimes become large contributors in helping you accomplish tasks and demands from your boss. Whether you had a sick day and a coworker stepped up to cover your workload or a team project could not have been accomplished without the assistance of a few experts in your workplace. There are many reasons that may a warrant an expression of gratitude. The following thank you notes to coworkers provide a list of samples to help encourage the right words of appreciation.

Another time when you may want to thank your colleagues is at the end of your time at the company.

Before I go, I wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed my time here. Thank you all for your support, patience, and friendship over the past year. You are a special group of people and I will definitely miss you.

Before I leave, I wanted to remind you what a pleasure to was working for you these last 2 years. I appreciated your support and management style and feel I learned a great deal here.

Following up with an associate after an important meeting can be a great way to keep the ball rolling in the right direction.

I noticed that you went out your way to help a customer yesterday. He left our store smiling, and I’m sure he’ll be back. With sales associates like you, our business is sure to grow. Thank you for doing such a fine job.

I think we were all impressed with your presentation Friday. You certainly had everyone’s attention. Your material was informative and compelling. Thank you for doing such a great job getting everyone on board. Now, let’s go get this project rolling.

I want to express my deep appreciation for the help and support you have offered me on my recent project. I feel very grateful to you for taking time out of our busy schedule to answer my many questions. Without your help, I doubt I would have been able to complete the project in such a proficient and timely manner. You have truly inspire me to work with sincerity and dedication. I am looking forward to implementing all of your valuable suggestions.

I wanted to let you know that today is my last day at [company name]. I will be starting a new position at [company name] next month. I have enjoyed my time here and will miss the team. Thank you for all the support, insights, and help you have provided me over the past 3 years.

In business, there is nothing more important when you are starting out, than a good mentor. If someone has taken the time to help you succeed, its a good idea to formally thank them.

Just to let you know that today is my last working day at [company name]. I would like to thank you all for the mentoring and support you have given me during my time here. I wish you all the best and please keep in touch.

Sometimes there is no need to write a full thank you letter. For a lot of instances, you may want to stick with a shorter form thank you.

Thank you so much for the surprise farewell party you gave for me last night. It was brilliant to catch up and personally say goodbye to all my fantastic colleagues. In fact it felt more like a reunion than a farewell. It was a very emotional evening and I shall miss working with you all. Thank you also for the most generous gift. I have had my eye on that particular watch for ages and I now have a permanent reminder of you all.

You were generous to cover my calls this morning when I had to take my mother to the doctor. It’s nice to know I can depend on my coworkers to lend a hand when I need help. I hope you feel that you can do the same in return. Thank you again.

The infographic below provides a listing of some of the top annoying coworker habits that commonly occur in the workplace. Whether they are loud, obnoxious, or noisy, many habits of certain colleagues can end up annoying your fellow coworkers and alienated the cohabitation in an office space.

Annoying Coworker Habits

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