- It is considered to be a good gesture to write an appreciation letter, but you should be sincere in doing the same.
- You must mention in your letter how his hard work has benefited the organization.
- The tone of the letter should be formal, and it should sound professional too.
- Employees will treasure these letters and keep them forever framed on the wall or in their files.
Example – Sample Employee Appreciation Letter –
(Information about you)
Date: DD/MM/YY (Date on Which Letter is Written)
Job Designation and other information…
Subject: Appreciation Letter
Dear (Name of the Employee),
I, on behalf of (Specific Department), appreciate you and your team on the efforts and sincerity in (Actual work is done, which has helped the Company). I personally thank you for carving out amazing strategies that actually proved to be a catalyst for the team in achieving the goals. (Describe in your own words). I am aware of the hard work that you have put in this work and congratulate you for (Mention the Accomplishments).
We are pleased to have you on board. We are very well aware that you have put in a lot of hard work on (Mention the core qualities). It is for your dedication, loyalty, and team spirit that the (Work or Assignment) was a success.
On behalf of (Name of the Company), we want you to know that we value your dedication towards work. Thank you for giving this company your best.
I once again express my sincere appreciation towards you and your work and hope the same from you in future also.
(Name of the Writer)
(Designation in the Company)