A simple thank you can mean a lot. It means that what you do has been noticed and appreciated, it means that your work is important and so are you. My idea is to always have thank you notes handy for all employees to use. So, for example, if someone works to cover your shift or if you notice that copies have been made for front desk paperwork or if a fellow employee just simply asks about your family, health or day, you can write a thank you note to that person. It’s nice to say thank you, it’s even nicer to give some of your time to write a note to show how much what that person did was appreciated. It will be something they can keep forever and look at when they feel unnoticed.
Posted on Jan 5, 2010