Studies indicate that one of the top workplace motivators for employees is to receive a written letter of recognition from a manager. Employee recognition letters are important for multiple reasons. However, a personalized letter of recognition reinforces great work ethic and loyalty. As a result, employees will be inspired to continue to excel in their work.
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Different Types of Recognition Letters
Terryberry has hand-selected some of the best recognition letters from our clients’ recognition programs to share with you. These free sample recognition letters will give you a guide, spark creativity, and help you develop the best recognition letters for any occasion.
Years of Service Letters
Recognize your employees’ dedication to your organization with a Years of Service recognition letter. These examples will give you language to recognize your employees’ career milestones.
Excellent Performance Letters
Let employees know that you’ve taken notice of their extra effort with an Excellent Performance recognition letter.
Points Award Letters
If your organization uses a points system for recognition, make sure you have a good way to let employees know when they’ve received points. Use our Points Award recognition letter samples to get started writing your own award points notification.
Welcome Aboard Letters
Show new employees how happy you are to have them join the team with a Welcome Aboard letter of recognition. A simple note to your new hires will make them feel welcomed and ready to start their job on a positive note.
For your peer-to-peer recognition program, make sure your employees know it’s there and how to use it by sending out a notification letter explaining the program. Use these Peer-to-Peer recognition program announcement templates to get started.
Writing an employee recognition letter doesn’t require PhD in English, or for you to be the great great great grandchild of Charles Dickens. It’s easier than you think! Be sincere, be specific and value your time writing these letters. Feel free to check out Terryberry’s additional resources and recognition tools for your employees.
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