Sample Appreciation Letter to an Employee
Thank you very much for the incredible job you did on this year's church picnic.
There wasn't one person I spoke with that didn't have a great time. Those same people couldn't stop talking about the BBQ ribs and the number of homemade deserts.
My favorite part was the pie judging contest. I still laugh when I think about the three judges you brought in from another church. They had a tremendous sense of humor.
Thank you so much again,
Example Appreciation Letter to a Vendor
I just wanted to take a minute to thank you so very much for the incredible job your company is achieving with the installation of the new radiology equipment. The innovative way in which you were able to bring in the CT scanner without disrupting our operation was especially appreciated.
Your team members are all professionals and have been nothing but exceptional in how they are carrying out the terms of our contract.
Please know how much we here at Thompson's University Hospital appreciate your services.
With Our Deepest Appreciation,
John S. Roberts
Chief Operating Officer
Sample Appreciation Letter to a Client
Dear Ms Peterson,
I truly appreciate the time you took to allow our team to present the benefits of our organization.The questions you asked were especially well thought out and relevant. Your team certainly are experts in their field.
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us and we will do our best to answer them immediately.
I know everyone's time is extremely important in our fast paced industry; therefore, please know how much I appreciate you and your professional team making the time for us. It's exciting to to think of the possibilities that are ahead of us.
John S. Roberts
Before discussing how to write an appreciation letter, first a few words about the benefits that such letters can offer. Letters of appreciation, or acknowledgment for services rendered, or for any other reason are generally well received, and you can rarely go wrong with them if you write them from the heart.
Such letters can express your appreciation for another person helping you in some way, doing you a service or even offering you an interview for a job - which often tips the balance when an employer is undecided. In business, an appreciation letter is written to an employee who has made a special effort in their job, above and beyond what would normally be expected of them. Such recognition can have a lasting beneficial effect for both the employee and the employer.
Employees who are openly appreciated will work more productively
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