How do you say goodbye to colleagues when you retire?

How do you say goodbye to colleagues when you retire?

Example messages for a coworker’s retirement card

  1. Congratulations on your retirement and your wonderful career!
  2. Happy retirement! We will miss you at the office!
  3. Celebrating you today!
  4. Best wishes to you and your family.
  5. Congrats to the retiree!
  6. Congratulations!
  7. You’ve worked hard for so many years.
  8. Congratulations!

What to say when I am retiring?

110 Retirement Wishes to Write in Retirement Cards

  1. Retirement is the world’s longest coffee break.
  2. Your someday is here.
  3. Enjoy your days of sleeping late and doing nothing!
  4. I hope that your retired life is the best part of your life.
  5. Happy Retirement!
  6. Enjoy a long-overdue retirement.
  7. Enjoy your retirement.

What do you say in a retirement email?

To one of the best people who has worked at this office: I’m sad to see you go but wishing you all the best in this next stage of life! Congratulations on your retirement! Wishing you endless days with your friends and family. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication.

How do I retire gracefully at work?

How to Resign From Your Job Gracefully

  1. Make a Plan. The first step to resigning gracefully is to plan it out.
  2. Find and Give Time.
  3. Notify Your Supervisor.
  4. Share the Information.
  5. Lend a Helping Hand.
  6. Keep Working Through the End.
  7. Attend the Exit Interview.

What do you write in a retirement email?

How to write a retirement announcement email to employees

  1. Retiree’s name and intended retirement date.
  2. Noteworthy career information and accomplishments.
  3. Events or activities to celebrate the retiree.
  4. Positive regards for the retiree’s future.

How do you tell your boss you are retiring?

How to announce your retirement

  1. Research your company’s retirement policies.
  2. Speak with supervisors about options.
  3. Write an announcement letter or email.
  4. Give at least six months’ notice.
  5. Offer to help during the transition.