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Appreciation on Presentation of Award & Bonus







Guidelines : Appreciation on Presentation of Award & Bonus

Appreciation on Presentation of Awards or Bonuses

Guidelines and Alternate Phrases

  • State what the award or bonus is.
  • Elaborate specifically on what the person has done to earn the award or praise.
  • We appreciate the 60-hour weeks you gave to the project.
  • We know you were “on call” for 24 hours a day for what must have seemed like an eternity to you. But then, that’s the kind of dedication you always bring to such assignments.
  • No detail was too small, you knew exactly who was doing what, when, and where. Such care for the project’s outcome is just something you can’t pay for. Your dedication to the task is so much more than we can have ever hoped for.
  • Express what the award or bonus means in symbolic terms.
  • This award signifies our confidence in you as the leading spokesman for our organization, the pace-setter for us to follow.
  • Your championing our cause gives credibility and focus to the pressing issues at hand.
  • This bonus is a token of the kind of future we think you have with the company.
  • Be warm, informal, and sincere.
  • Again, thanks for your efforts.
  • Thank you for giving us your very best effort—with overwhelming success.
  • You gave it your best shot—and it was right on target.
  • My sincerest appreciation and admiration.

Example 1: Appreciation letter to employee

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Mark:

By now you have certainly read the press releases on the almost unbelievable strides TRB has made this year under your leadership.

As you know, we are asking you to be our guest at the annual dinner meeting December 1, where we can make a formal “Excellence in Leadership” presentation before the entire membership. But before that date, I simply wanted to express my personal gratitude.

I’m sure you’re not the kind of person who sits around and counts his trophies, so I wanted to help you pinpoint your most obvious contributions this year: Under your direction, we have added six new staffers, we have finally escaped the red ink on our financial pages, and we have solicited support for and completed the Build-a-Home project for senior citizens.

In my opinion—and I might add the opinion of all I’ve talked with this year—we couldn’t have chosen a more fine motivator, speaker, creative guru, and general all-around committed colleague to carry the ball for us this year.

Please accept my heartfelt thanks.

With warmest regards,

Example 2: Bonus appreciation letter to colleague

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Gene:

Although you already know you are the guest of honor at the Drivers’ Safety Awards Banquet, I want to extend my congratulations on your stellar safety record this year.

Your attention to safety is an asset to the company. I know you have worked hard to improve your driving year after year. Your spotless record and faithful attendance at safety meetings is an example for every driver to follow. The bonus is a token of our appreciation of your achievement.

I look forward to seeing you and your family at the banquet—they must be very proud of the work you’ve done. Again, congratulations.

Regards,

Example 3: Appreciate employee on bonus

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Julie:

Your company-wide volunteer initiative with St. Sebastian’s hospital has been a great success. I guess I’m not the only one who noticed.

Congratulations on earning the Kreeger Enterprises Award for Service to the Community. The fact that we received nominations for you from your supervisors, your co-workers, and St. Sebastian’s Hospital is a testament to the outstanding work you’ve done on behalf of Kreeger Enterprises. You are an asset to our company and our community.

You truly exemplify our corporate commitment to Roundtree Township. Thank you for representing us so well.

Cordially,

Example 4: Congratulation letter to employee of the month

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Sam:

Congratulations employee of the month! The plaque and bonus are tokens of our appreciation for your exemplary work.

I also want to extend my personal congratulations. Your hard work and positive attitude in the midst of this month’s hiring crunch kept us all going. Volunteering to pitch in on Saturday to help us catch up is just one example of your willingness to go the extra mile.

You are a credit to our company.

Yours Truly,

Example 5: Appreciation letter on presentation of award

Company Name or Letterhead
Address
City, State Zip

Date

Addressee
Address
City, State Zip

Dear Sarah:

Your sales this year have been exceptional, and, as you know, you will receive the Salesperson of the Year Award at the company dinner on Friday. Did you also know you are the leading salesperson in the history of the company?

Congratulations, Sarah. The award and bonus are well-deserved. It’s no secret why you are the best. Your spirit and “never say die” attitude set a standard for the entire sales department.

Please accept my gratitude.

Regards,

     

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