It is good practice to reward employees whenever they do something significant for the organization. While monetary and material rewards go down very well, emails of sincere appreciation also play a major role in motivating employees and increasing their job satisfaction.
Good things to include in this type of email are:
● A summary of the good work the employee has done.
● Specific appreciative feedback on this work.
● Recognition of the significance of this work for the individual’s team and the wider organization.
● An indication of the company’s expectations from the individual going forward.
Subject: Expressing our appreciation
Dear [employee name],
I hope you are well!
I am writing this email to acknowledge your unique contribution to our organization.
Your team spirit and attitude of continual encouragement towards your peers have played a significant role in helping the team achieve its targets lately, and I want you to know that this has not gone unrecognized.
We appreciate all of your hard work and the support you routinely offer to your co-workers. Indeed, your superiors, co-workers, and clients have consistently mentioned your positive attitude and said that they hope to be able to continue working with you. To get such universally positive feedback is truly a remarkable achievement.
I also honestly feel that without the initiative you took to [give specific details], the team would not have been able to finish the [name] process on time. This deserves particular gratitude.
[Company name] sincerely appreciates your contribution, and we very much hope that you will continue to surpass our expectations in the future as well.
Again, thank you for all your support.
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