Thank You Cards for a Job Well Done

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It has been said that the best way to let an employee know they are doing a great job is by verbally saying such. I have found that words can easily be forgotten just as quickly as they come from your mouth. What better way can you create a memorable “JOB WELL DONE” than in the form of a THANK YOU CARD?

Peacock Thank You Card

In the workplace today, there are hundreds of thousands of employees all competing for the “star” title. It can be difficult to thank every employee verbally as well as individually. Using a THANK YOU CARD will not only say thanks; it can be a way to boost employee moral as well! Words can be forgotten, but that feeling of pride an employee feels from the acknowledgment of a job well done and physical THANK YOU CARD is priceless. It’s a memory that will be long lasting. And that, my friend, is how you create hardworking, loyal employees!

Being noticed for a job well done boosts pride in employees and this in turn creates a reason for repeat behavior. Wouldn’t it be grand to have a company full of employees all doing a great job, just because they know the hard work will indeed be noticed and acknowledged?

Consider it a “Circle of WORK life”! Employees giving great service > excited, repeat customers > increased revenue >thank you card (REPEAT)

Have you sent a THANK YOU CARD today?

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Wanda Kozak February 27, 2015 at 2:16 pm

My boss is great about taking note of something extra I’ve done for her – by emailing me. It would sure be nice to get a signed card instead. Maybe I should forward this website to her & hope she gets the hint?

Kathy Bendix March 3, 2015 at 10:44 am

I agree. A Thank You card at work for a job well done goes a long way long after the spoken compliment. Tack it up in your cubicle or prop it up on your desk. It’s nice to see how much your effort was appreciated.

Pam G. March 11, 2015 at 4:29 pm

This is a great idea. I have a bunch of left over thank you cards from my All-Occasion assortment boxes. I think I’ll be giving some to my best employees!

Cindy J. September 14, 2016 at 1:19 pm

I recently sent a thank you card to one of my son’s teacher for going above and beyond her duty. He told me that he gave it to her at the beginning of class and she kept looking at it through out the period. As he got up to leave at the end of the session he noticed that there were tears in her eyes. I don’t know what her year had been like, but I’m glad to know that she has a physical reminder that the work she does is very much appreciated.

Pau December 8, 2017 at 4:29 pm

Boosting morale is powerful. No one can do well when the community is feeling down.

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