Celebrate Your Shining Stars with Employee Birthday Cards

by Henry L. on June 6, 2013

I was looking at the stars, enjoying the beauty of the night sky. I saw a bright star and wondered what it was called. Then I remembered the star that guided the wise men and I wondered if it was still in the sky, or had it gone as mysteriously as it had appeared? Then I thought do we all have a star appointed to us at birth? There’s so many, maybe we do have our own. At Christmas time people the world over celebrate a birthday, to some, the most important one ever. I feel it’s important to celebrate our own and others uniqueness. Each of us is a beautiful, one of a kind, never to be repeated star! Let your employee’s know you appreciate them with employee birthday cards.

Employee Birthday Cards

I’m sure you will agree each of your employee’s and clients bring something unique to your business. Whether it’s a sunny disposition, fantastic memory, a great sense of humor, they all shine like stars in your sky. Letting them know with company birthday cards is just good business. We all shine and get a twinkle in our eyes when we receive positive recognition. It makes us happy and productive, energizes us and spurs us on to bigger and better accomplishments. And joy is contagious. Maybe that’s what our economy needs a dose of joy, to stimulate it and get it going. So get those cards and let’s turn this thing around. Get your shine on people!

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Kiki June 10, 2013 at 3:09 pm

You sound like such a nice, caring person. The appreciation you show to your employees shine through in your words. I agree that remembering employees on their birthday is a priceless perk

Loraine June 10, 2013 at 4:27 pm

That’s sweet. I’d like to think that we were each appointed a star at our birth but I kind of doubt it. I agree that the tradition of sending birthday cards to employees does promote joy and goodwill and helps to boost morale.

Margo June 13, 2013 at 2:57 pm

It’s nice to hear someone who sounds so upbeat! I think it’s a great idea for employers to gift their employees with a birthday card. It just makes you feel that you’re appeciated.

Eulanda B. June 19, 2013 at 8:23 pm

I am the HR Director at my manufacturing company. We enjoyed many years of high profitability until the economy began to decline. We have not and never will lay off anyone. We have downsized through attrition. That means the highly qualified and dedicated staff we have are even more important to us now. I know it doesn’t seem like much but sending every one of our employees a birthday card every year means a lot to them. We looked at several printing companies for our cards and decided to purchase yours because they are simply the best we have found. We have done other things to show our appreciation for their hard work but we receive the most positive feedback about these wonderful cards than anything else!

Mark Lando June 20, 2013 at 2:37 pm

Man, how annoying would it be if your empoyees were actual stars. Hey Mark, can you pass that quarterly report over? As soon as mark touches the report, it is engulfed in flames. Typical Mark, get another job, man. Go work in the andromeda galaxy where you belong!

April September 10, 2013 at 3:40 pm

Mark Lando – what are you saying?

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