Happy couple receiving a memorable Thanksgiving letter from work

Times have been really tough for both employers and employees. While the last couple of years have been stressful, we’ve also seen people really step up! During uncertain times, it’s important to share your company gratitude with employees. This time of year, we recommend writing a memorable Thanksgiving letter to employees to show how much you care. It’s the quintessential message of, “Thank you for being here and all you have done and continue to do!

Whether you are part of the over-taxed health care industry, over-burdened supply chain, or another business that is thankful for its hard-working employees, showing appreciation is critical – now and always.

Your Sincere ‘Thank You’ Matters

Thank you is easy to say, yet it’s underused in the workplace. Let’s collectively change that! When in-person, use eye contact, a handshake, fist-bump or other social connection while saying, “Thank you.” We promise, it will be well-received and appreciated.

Picture of a memorable Thankgiving letter of gratitude

Why? Because thank-you notes work! (Research proves thank-you notes work even better than cash bonuses, say HR experts.)

A written note or company-wide Thanksgiving letter of appreciation are underutilized gems. A sincere note communicates you care and are grateful for employees hard-work and dedication, especially during these challenging times.

gThankYou has spent years honing the perfect tips for how to express gratitude in a way that is authentic and well-received: in the form of a memorable Thanksgiving or holiday letter. If you’ve never done one for your team or company, it’s a great time to start the tradition!

How Do I Write a Memorable Thanksgiving Letter?

If you don’t know where to start, we’ve got your back! gThankYou is proud to be your ally in finding the right ways to build and maintain a culture of gratitude.

We offer a free, downloadable eBook that outlines How to Write a Thanksgiving Letter to Employees. It offers insights from today’s workplace leaders on how to write a Thanksgiving or holiday note that employees will remember and treasure. It provides real-life examples from bosses in a variety of industries, best practices for thanking employees and ideas for brainstorming your own unique approach, and tips on how to share your Thanksgiving letter.

Even if you have written an employee letter of appreciation before, you’ll find inspiration and value in these real-world examples. Download your copy today!

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Are You Ready for Thanksgiving?

Holidays sneak up quickly every year, but especially when leaders and managers are working hard to stay afloat. If employees are working the holiday, plan now to make them feel appreciated with a workplace Thanksgiving spread and options to be home with family for at least part of the holiday.

A turkey! The perfect gift to pair with a memorable Thanksgiving letter of gratitude

gThankYou offers Turkey and Turkey Or Ham gift vouchers for convenient and affordable workplace turkey gift-giving.

Nothing says ‘Thank You” like the gift of a Thanksgiving turkey. If you are searching for the perfect holiday gift, gThankYou can help you! We offer a range of Certificates of Gratitude for practical yet appreciated food gifts, in values to fit any budget!

Check out our recent blog, Why a Thanksgiving Turkey is So Meaningful, for insights into the tradition and meaning of a Thanksgiving turkey.

Your team considering a turkey gift-giving program? Download and share, “10 Reasons to Give Employees a Turkey for the Holidays”.

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Accompany each gift voucher with a genuine ‘Thank You’ for the tremendous work that each person has contributed. Deliver in person if at all possible and be sure to include your written appreciation as a keepsake. Your gratitude plus the spirit of the season will improve morale and productivity throughout the fourth quarter and into the year. We ALL need that!

Appreciation All Year-Round

Employee and workplace appreciation should be an everyday commitment supported by a year-round plan of activities to show appreciation and encourage engagement, fun and team-building.

Checklist for employee appreciation planning

Download our FREE Employee Appreciation Checklist for holiday time and year-round planning!

To help juggle all your appreciation efforts, gThankYou offers an Employee Appreciation Planning Checklist that can be used all year to help stay on top of highlighting wins, celebrating occasions, and creating a culture of recognition.

Once you plan some Halloween fun (ideas and more can be found in our blog, Don’t Be Afraid to Host Halloween Festivities), and check Thanksgiving employee gifts off your list, use this checklist to continue gestures of celebration and gratitude any time, any season.

 

Where Do I Start?

Let us help!

Download your free eBook, Put the “Thanks” in Thanksgiving, to start thinking about this year’s memorable letter of appreciation and reach out today!

You can reach the gThankYou! Team at 888-484-1658 or info@gthankyou.com.

We look forward to helping you select the perfect custom gifts for your team with free gift Enclosure Cards personalized with your message of holiday thanks.

However you choose to acknowledge and appreciate your team, we applaud your efforts to share gratitude and kindness in the workplace.

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How gThankYou Certificates Work

Step 1

Order Certificates

Choose the gThankYou Certificates you want and order them online or by telephone.

Step 2

Ship directly to your business

Your order is delivered by UPS. Nearly all orders ship the day received. Overnight shipping is available.

Step 3

Distribute to your employees

Personalize your gThankYou Certificates with Recipient and Giver names (optional) and give them to employees.

Step 4

Redeem at any grocery store

Recipients redeem Certificates at major U.S. grocery stores and select the items they want.