Employee Anniversary Cards For My Happy 2nd Year At Work

by Henry L. on April 5, 2012

When I arrived in the office on April 3rd I noticed some envelopes on my desk with my name on them. Inside were employee anniversary cards that read, “Happy Anniversary!” Before opening the cards I taxed my brain in an attempt to recall what anniversary I should be celebrating. After giving this much thought, to no avail, I decided to solve my dilemma by finally opening the card that read, “Happy 2nd Anniversary! Thank you. We appreciate your being a part of our success.” The card was signed by the Chairman of the Board, the President of the company, and my managers.

A very fast two years had passed since I accepted my position, and this acknowledgement from my company in the form of corporate greeting cards was a unique and pleasant surprise. Having told a few of my friends about this gesture, some of whom have their own companies, several decided to do the same for their employees. It’s nice to know that many others will experience the same pleasant surprise and show of appreciation that I did on my 2nd anniversary with my company.

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Kenny April 13, 2012 at 12:32 pm

That is really great that the company celebrates every anniversary, and not just the ‘milestones’, like five and ten years. It speaks loudly of the type of management you have, and since you are a happy employee, it must be working.

LaLaLoise April 20, 2012 at 8:29 am

In this economy, any job that pays enough to live on, is a good job. Whether or not you are “happy’ is a state of mind, and remember, don’t let others determine your mood, Choose your mood!

Marcella May 25, 2012 at 11:37 am

My company gives yearly Anniversary cards also and I love it-sometimes it is hard to believe how long it has been because the years fly by. On our tenth anniversary we are given luggage! how cool is that

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