Statistics show that half of employees switch jobs to gain more recognition. Showing your employees a little appreciation can go a long way. Gallup found that employees who receive praise, perform better. This act helps to engage your employees saving you from the $350 billion that is lost each year from an unengaged workforce. The below listing of employee appreciation messages have been used by others to provide additional encouragement and appreciation for their employees.
A perfect employee is the one who inspires his boss as much as his boss inspires him. Thanks for being my inspiration.
Awards like Employee of the Month are of no value for employees like you perform well every single day of the year. Thank you.
I just wanted to let you know that having you on our team makes all the difference. Thanks for all you do.
I know things have been crazy lately, but you are doing a great job. Hang in there, the busy season is almost over.
I’ll bet you didn’t think anyone noticed all that you do. That’s why it’s important that I take this moment to say thanks so much.
I’ve been wondering how to thank you for all your hard work.
In business, it’s important to find people you can count on. You are one of those reliable employees. Thanks for all your hard work.
It’s been so busy lately, but there is always time to stop and say thanks for your help.
It’s great working with you. You are one of the reasons for our success.
It’s time to stop and say thanks for your dedication.
It’s your careful attention to detail that makes you so special.
Just wanted to write a note to say, “Thank you for the fantastic job you do every day.
No job is too big or too small for you. Thanks for always jumping in and helping out.
Our sincerest thanks for the contribution you have made to our company.
Sincerest thanks for all your dedication and hard work.
Thank you for being such a dedicated and valuable employee.
Thank you for being such an important part of our team.
The new insight you provided was the greatest victory in the effort.
The service you provided exceeded all expectations and guarantees a continuing successful relationship.
We know how busy you have been. Thanks for all your hard work.
We sincerely appreciate all your hard work and dedication.
We’re better because of you. Thanks for all you do.
Whatever the task, you always find a way to get it done. Thanks for all your extra effort.
Words just can’t describe how much you are appreciated.
You are always asking how you can help. That is so nice. Thank you.
You are very important to us. Thank you for all your hard work.
You did it! Great job.
You’re an incredible employee and I’m incredibly thankful.
Your dedication contributes to our success.
Your dedication to seeing a project through is second to none.
Your desire and willingness fuel our mutual efforts and lead us to success.
Your personal commitment to quality is obvious in everything you do.
Your ‘Whatever it takes attitude’ has made all the difference in this effort.
An act of simple appreciation can help the 78% of employees who said they would work harder. Engaged organizations are also known for growing their profits three times faster than their competition. The below infographic outlines statistics and facts about the importance of initiating an employee appreciation campaign in the workplace.
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