Past example: Needs to be revised, updated, professional Year End Address – 2013
We have come to the close of another year, and it’s time to lay down our tools whether they are keyboards, hammers or drills and to walk away from our respective tasks to express our appreciation and gratitude to our leader and his management team.
On behalf of the employees of Stubbe’s Precast – Commercial, Agricultural, Stubbe’s Redi-Mix and Stubbe’s Cement, it is once again my pleasure to address the complete management team on this special occasion, and time of year.
“Andy” as leader of this company, with the support of your management team, we have once again been blessed with another busy and successful year. Again we have witnessed investments in equipment, human resources and programs, which give us confidence that the Stubbe’s Group of Companies is in good hands.
The accessibility to the managers and to yourself is much appreciated as it gives us the opportunity to provide awareness to problems or concerns, and also to be able to suggest ideas for change and improvements. An example of this change is the new safety and training program that is being put in place, which is a prime example of your concern for the welfare of its employees. I am sure at times there are those of us that find some the processes and procedures somewhat burdensome and annoying. But let’s be honest if it saves one injury, limb or life it is a small price to pay. Another new program in the main office is the mouse eradication program, which has netted a total of 41 tiny victims and counting. Jennifer has been nominated to witness and keep the tally up to date which she really enjoys.
Andy, your leadership cultivates respect, loyalty and a sincere appreciation for the opportunity to be part of this fine company. We look forward to being part of future growth, as Stubbe’s group of Companies explores new opportunities and markets.
I’m sure I speak for all the employees when I say that it is a privilege to be employed at Stubbe’s Group of Companies. In a world that is often short on manners, the words “Thank You” are often forgotten. Therefore we as employees would like to formally say “Thank You” for the employment that you have provided us, to support our families.
The employees of Stubbe’s Group of companies have once again pooled their resources in order to show our appreciation to the leader of this fine company, and to your wife Dorothy. Andy and Dorothy, we are pleased to once again present the proceeds of this effort to purchase tickets for a hot air balloon ride.
Release helium filled balloon with basket and two smiling faces into the air. (Envelope attached w/word tickets on each side)
“Andy” I have heard said that you are at times full of hot air, so you will likely even get a discount, and as an ex-pilot I am sure this will be a “breeze” for you. (If needed Jake Friesian has offered to hold your hand like he says he has done in the past) We hope to have a cheer leader group present for encouragement to help you and Dorothy get on your way as you sail of in the sunset. We hope that the two of you have an enjoyable site seeing tour, and we look forward to working together in the upcoming year.
This year I plan to present an assortment of wines as a gift from all the employees.