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If you are having trouble finding the right words to include in your thanksgiving message to your boss, don’t sweat it, for we have a solution right here for you.

Browse through the slew of sweet thanksgiving messages below and we are sure you’d find what you need to add more excitement and joy to your boss’ Turkey Day.


  • Wishing the happiest of happy Thanksgivings to the most wonderful of wonderful bosses. May your home be filled with peace, prosperity and blessings of joy.
  • Sir, it’s been nothing short of a great pleasure working for someone as remarkable as you. I wish you a bountiful holiday. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • Sir/Ma’am, working with an amazing boss like you has been one of the most rewarding and inspirational experiences of my life. I’m thankful for all you have done and keep doing for me. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • Happy Thanksgiving, Sir! I pray your holiday is filled with great joy and love.
  • You are a great boss and an even greater friend. I hope you have an astoundingly happy Thanksgiving holiday today.
  • Happy Thanksgiving to a truly remarkable boss. I appreciate every single thing you’ve done for me since I began working here. May God reward you abundantly for being so nice to me.

Happy Thanksgiving! May the blessings of this day fill your heart and home.

  • Sir/Ma’am, on this Thanksgiving, I have just two words to say to you: “Thank you”. Happy Thanksgiving!
  • As we celebrate the last Thursday in November, I just want you to know that I will forever be grateful for all the support and inspiration you give me. Thank you a million times, boss. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • Wishing one of the greatest bosses in the world a blessed and peaceful Thanksgiving celebration. May God continue to bless you with happiness and prosperity.
  • Monday morning blues became a thing of the past the moment I joined your company. Thank you for making work very fun. I pray this Thanksgiving Day is as wonderful to you as you are to your workers. Have a blessed holiday.
  • Wishing you a bountiful harvest of blessings of happiness, peace and prosperity. Happy Thanksgiving, Sir/Ma’am!
  • Every day, I thank the heavens for being blessed with the rare opportunity to work under such a phenomenal person like you. Thanks for being a wonderful boss to me. I really appreciate you and all you do for us. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • Because you are a supportive and caring boss, I pray that the heavens will multiply your blessings and happiness this year. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • A very happy Thanksgiving Day to one of the greatest inspirations of my life.
  • I’m really glad that you are my boss. I couldn’t have asked for a greater boss. May your Thanksgiving be as lovely as you are. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • For me, it’s a mighty honor to call myself your employee. Finding a wonderful boss like you was undoubtedly one of the greatest gifts of my life. Happy Thanksgiving Day, Sir.
  • Wishing the most inspirational boss I have ever worked for a very glorious Thanksgiving Day.
  • Nothing feels better than knowing I am blessed with an amazing boss like you. Happy Thanksgiving Day.
  • Thank you for always being there for us and taking care of us, boss. We can’t express how much your support means to us. Happy Thanksgiving.

Happy Thanksgiving. May your home be filled with peace, prosperity and blessings of joy.

  • Today being Thanksgiving, I thank God for your presence in my world, Sir/Ma’am. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • Hoping this last Thursday in November brings you unlimited happiness and love. Have a great holiday.
  • Happy Thanksgiving! May the happiness you put into the hearts of your workers be returned to you in boatloads this Thanksgiving.
  • Wishing you a Thanksgiving Day so joyful that you remember it until the end of time. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • As we celebrate this year’s Thanksgiving, I want to thank you from the depths of my heart for being a good boss and a great friend to me. Wishing you and your entire family a joyful Thanksgiving Day.

Happy Thanksgiving.

  • Dear boss, thank you so much for being a great blessing in both my personal and professional lives. I hope you have a very joyful holiday today.
  • Wishing you a great Thanksgiving Day with all the love, sunshine and happiness you deserve.
  • Happy Thanksgiving! Wishing you a holiday packed with peace and joy.
  • For being the best boss on this planet, I hope this Thanksgiving brings you and your beautiful family gobs of blessings and joy. You deserve it.
  • You took me from nothing to something, and for that I will forever be grateful to you. I hope your Thanksgiving is decorated with the most beautiful blessings from above. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • Happy Thanksgiving. I hope this special holiday fills your world with laughter, love, and true happiness.
  • Your brilliant guidance and encouraging words are responsible for shaping me into the person I am today. Please, accept my heartfelt gratitude this Thanksgiving. Wishing you all the best things in life as you celebrate this festival of plenty.
  • Happy Thanksgiving to my wonderful and hard working boss. May every moment of your Thanksgiving fill your home with bliss.
  • A fabulous Thanksgiving to you, my dear boss. May this holiday bring oodles of truly memorable moments for you and your family.
  • Wishing my outstanding boss a very happy, peaceful and fun-filled Thanksgiving Day. In my eyes, you’ll always be the best boss ever.
  • May your Thanksgiving be a blessed and absolutely happy one. Have a beautiful day.
  • Dear boss, we wish you a fabulously joyful Thanksgiving Day! This special holiday of giving thanks reminds us of how privileged we are to call ourselves your employees.
  • May your Thanksgiving be glorious, safe, and most importantly, laden with countless happy moments. Have a colorful holiday.
  • Wishing nothing but a very happy Thanksgiving to the most outstanding manager I know. Sir, the inspiration, guidance and learning experience you give me at the workplace are absolutely priceless. Many thanks!
  • My heart will never stop thanking you for being such an amazing friend, mentor and boss. Happy Thanksgiving.
  • Words can’t express how much I appreciate you for bringing out the best in me. You are undoubtedly the most awesome boss I’ve ever worked for. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your loved ones.
  • Wishing a delightful Thanksgiving holiday to the world’s best boss. I can’t thank you enough for your monumental contribution to my success.
  • Happy Thanksgiving to you, my incredibly wonderful boss. Thanks for playing a leading role in my happiness at work.

Happy Thanksgiving. May your blessings outnumber the autumn leaves.


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Thanksgiving brings about a season of giving thanks and joy. Finding a way to express the things you are most thankful for are an important part of the celebration. For employers, showing thanks for their employees work throughout the year is just one way to pay it forward. Here is a look at some great examples of Thanksgiving messages for employees that will let them know how grateful you are for the work they do all year round.

“As Thanksgiving is soon to be around with autumn leaves falling on the ground, I wish that you have been enough to give thanks and celebrate with cheer. Happy Thanksgiving.”

“At the close of another year we gratefully pause to wish you a warm and happy Holiday Season.”

“Autumn has brought with it beauty of joy and festivities. But, it’s all so lonely without you. Missing you this Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving.”

“During this month of Thanksgiving I have been reflecting on the things I am most grateful for. Primarily among them is our talented group of employees. Thank you for the work you do to make our agency great. Without your commitment, creativity, and high standards, we would not be the thriving company we are. I wish you a Thanksgiving filled with abundance and bright moments.”

“Enjoy the sweet melody of this joyous festival. May joy and melody come your way. Happy Thanksgiving.”

“Hope this season is filled with lots of happiness and joy, wealth, and prosperity. May your home be filled with love on this wonderful occasion. Happy Thanksgiving.”

“In this time of Thanksgiving, I want to express my appreciation for you. Working with you over years has been an amazing opportunity. I appreciate your high standards, persistence, and fine sense of humor.”

“Let’s raise our eyes to the heaven and count our blessings. Let’s thank the almighty for all that he has given us. Happy Thanksgiving.”

“May the good things of life be yours in abundance, not only at Thanksgiving but throughout the coming year.”

“May this joyous season bring you peace, health, and happiness throughout the coming year.”

“On behalf of the management team, I thank you for your accomplishments this year. We are all grateful. Please enjoy the enclosed gift certificate as a token of our thanks.”

“One of the joys of Thanksgiving is wishing you a happy Holiday Season and a healthy and prosperous New Year.”

“Thank you for all that you do to help us in providing solutions to our clients, opportunity for our employees, and support for our community.”

“Thank you for choosing us to help you find solutions. Thank you for your kind words of support.”

“Thank you for everything you do to make this a successful, terrific place to work. Have a wonderful, long weekend filled with good things. Happy Thanksgiving.”

“Thank you for the pleasure of working with you. I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with good feelings.”

“Thank you for your hard work day in and day out to serve our customers and make this company what it is. Thank you for your generosity, your willingness to go above and beyond not only on the job but also to help the members of our community through our various service projects throughout the year.”

“The gift of love, the gift of peace, the gift of happiness. May these be yours this Holiday Season.”

“Whatever is beautiful, whatever is meaningful, whatever brings you happiness… May it be yours this Holiday Season and throughout the coming year.”

“Wishing you every happiness this Holiday Season and throughout the coming year.”

“You and your co-workers have worked hard this year, and your dedication has paid off. Every quarter our financials look better and better. Thank you for your hard work and positive attitude. Have a joyful, abundant Thanksgiving.”

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Here, some special stops along the way—with images of autumn.From my home to yours, wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving! 1. “Gratitude can.

This has been an incredibly busy year at Donlen and it’s hard to believe another year has gone by. The adage “time flies when you get older” never seemed more appropriate.

As we enter this holiday season, we pause first to remember those we’ve lost this year, including our founder Don Rappeport. Don is missed and his legacy lives on in everything we do here.

This week, we’re reflecting on the many things that we’re thankful for at Donlen. I speak for the entire leadership team when I thank our employees who go above and beyond every day of the year to help customers and each other.

And we’re giving thanks to you, our valued customers. We’re thankful for the trust you place in us, and we appreciate that you continue to push us to be better. We couldn’t ask for more in our business partnerships.

Personally, I’m thankful for the time spent with my family, my health, and the opportunity for personal and professional growth that I know will come next year. I look forward to the challenges that await me.

If you’re traveling to be with loved ones across town or across the country, may the journey be a safe one and your time filled with laughter. If you’re the host this year, may you also have patience!

Have a wonderful holiday.
Tom

And finally, we asked some of our Donlen team members to tell us what they were thankful for this year. We would love to hear from you too; what are you thankful for?

“I’m thankful for the support of my family, friends, and co-workers.”
Ann Jonas, Executive Assistant

“I’m so thankful that we got word that my son Eric might be coming home early from Afghanistan; instead of February 2013 it could be before New Year’s. I am thankful that he will finally get to meet his daughters Abigail Joy and Rebekah Kristine for the first time. I am also so thankful for my amazing family; they are the best!!”
Karyn Horvath, Receptionist

“I’m thankful for family, friends, loved ones and the opportunities made available to me to grow and develop myself into a better individual, father, and friend.”
Carlos Oropeza, Manager, Brand Management Group

“I’m thankful for my family, our home, food on the table, and good friends to share my life with and thankful for my job.”
Karen McMichael, Renewal Specialist

“I’m thankful for my competitive drive that helps gain focus on my goals in life.”
Dawn Wood, Vice President, Business Development

“I’m thankful for a wonderful husband, great kids, fabulous grandkids, and fantastic friends to make my life complete.”
Mary Joy, Invoice Adjuster

“I’m thankful for the time I get to spend on my bike with the people I care most about. I’m thankful for my health that allows me to explore the limits of what my body and mind can do when pushed further than I imagined. And I’m thankful that I find inspiration daily from those around me.”
Suzanne Deveney, Vice President, Brand Management

“I’m thankful for my family and our health.”
Steve Jansen, Manager Regulatory Compliance and Truck Services

“I’m thankful for the wonderful family and friends in my life, good health, great job, my Melodeers Chorus…and I suppose I am also thankful for my trainer at the gym, who I refer to as “Ab Ogre, the Evil.”
Julie Barnett, Vehicle Acquisitions

“I’m thankful for my family. I have a wonderful son who has given me two beautiful granddaughters.”
Lisa Vitola, Fleet Administrative Services Account Manager

“I’m thankful for my healthy children that still want and need their Mom to tuck them in each and every night; grateful children that remind me that laughter is always the best medicine; my husband who still makes me laugh and cooks the best weekend breakfasts; a great group of neighborhood friends and family that are there in good times and bad; and thankful for all the people at Donlen that have made me feel so welcome during my first month as I am looking forward to many more wonderful hires to come!”
Kim Ramos, Corporate Recruiter

“I’m thankful for my son. I’m grateful to see him smile and laugh and tell me he misses me everyday.”
Linda Serrano, Truck Account Coordinator

“I’m thankful for having a good job and my loving family and friends.”
Christine Sweetwood, Renewal Generalist

“I’m thankful for The Lord that gave me salvation through his son Jesus Christ.”
David Ponx, Vice President, Business Development

“I’m thankful for waffles.”
Mark Levy, System Analyst

“I’m thankful for my life, family, a job, and my health.”
Carla Thomas, Collections Specialist

“I’m thankful for good health for me and my loved ones.”
Sharonda Jones, Vehicle Relocation Specialist/Stock Buyer Assistant

“I’m thankful for having the opportunity to serve my country in the Marine Corp and the Vietnam Conflict. I am truly thankful for all my brothers and sisters who before, during, or after me gave some or all to ensure our freedom.”
Michael Prestia, Collections Specialist

“I’m thankful for my health, my job, and a wonderful family that cares for me.”
Demetrios Varnasidis, Accident Management Advisor

“I’m thankful for family and friends, my health, our freedom, my career, and the opportunity to work with so many great colleagues.”
Kent Gable, Vendor Network Manager

“I’m thankful for the opportunity to work with my team members over the last two years. Coming to work is a joy when you get to work with dedicated, highly motivated individuals on your team!”
Trip O’Neil, Vice President of Sales

“I’m thankful for my family and friends. I don’t know where I would be without them.”
Andrew Piekarczyk, FMS Advisor

“I’m thankful for all my family and friends that surround me, and all the blessings God has given me.”
Rachel Bruske, Customer Service Account Manager

“I’m thankful for my amazing family and friends.”
Anna Stanke, Vehicle Remarketing Process Manager

“I’m thankful for balanced life in this day and age.”
Rakesh Rathod, FMS Advisor

” I am thankful that I have come this far in life, have a job, how my life has dramatically changed since immigrating to the USA, for my family here in the USA, and for the support of all my work colleagues.”
Danny Kyriazopoulos, Truck Application Specialist


Driver’s Corner

Don’t forget these simple rules for Thanksgiving travel:

  • Obey all traffic laws, and be patient! Pay attention to the road and other drivers.
  • Be sure that everyone in the car fastens his or her seatbelt.
  • Put your phone away: Don’t text, talk, or search the web.
  • Never drink and drive. Be sure to select a designated driver before the festivities begin.

Everyone at Donlen wishes you a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend. Remember these wise words from Fredrick Koeing: “We tend to forget that happiness doesn’t come as a result of getting something we don’t have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have.”

Originally appeared in FridayFleet on November 21, 2012


About Donlen
A wholly owned subsidiary of The Hertz Corporation (NYSE:HTZ), Donlen (www.donlen.com), with headquarters in Northbrook, IL, is the fleet industry’s most comprehensive and integrated provider of financing and asset management solutions. Since 1965, Donlen has offered its clients highly personalized and responsive customer service, and their workplace excellence has been recognized as one of Crain’s Chicago Business “List of 20 Best Places to Work in Chicago” each year from 2009-2011, a Leader on “The Global Outsourcing 100®” list by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) for six of the last seven years, and a National Association for Business Resources “101 Best and Brightest Places to Work For in Chicago” each year from 2007-2012. Donlen’s innovation has been awarded with the Computerworld “2012 Honors Laureate for Economic Opportunity,” named to “2012 InformationWeek 500” for innovative technology; the Stevie® “2012 Gold Award for Business Intelligence Solution,” the Silver Award for “2012 Front Line Customer Service Team of the Year,” and the “2011 Corporate Environmental Responsibility Program of the Year.”

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Thanksgiving is the first holiday of the end of year season that brings about togetherness, gratitude, joy, and hope. Sharing these strong messages of thankfulness with your employees is a great way to strengthen bonds among members. Here are some amazing examples of Thanksgiving wishes to employees that offer the perfect encouragement.

An employee like you is something to be thankful for always, but we are especially thankful for you at times like these. Happy Thanksgiving!

As Thanksgiving is soon to be around with autumn leaves falling on the ground, I wish that you have been enough to give thanks and celebrate with cheer. Happy Thanksgiving.

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope that you have a wonderful time off with the people that you love and mean the most to you. We’re so grateful that we have you with this company.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving. This time of year always helps us realize how grateful we are for employees like you. It is a great time to reflect on all of the things you have done and continue to do for this company.

Hope this season is filled with lots of happiness and joy, wealth, and prosperity. May your home be filled with love on this wonderful occasion. Happy Thanksgiving.

In this time of Thanksgiving, I want to express my appreciation for you. Working with you over years has been an amazing opportunity. I appreciate your high standards, persistence, and fine sense of humor.

Let’s raise our eyes to the heaven and count our blessings. Let’s thank the almighty for all that he has given us. Happy Thanksgiving.

May this joyous season bring you peace, health, and happiness throughout the coming year.

On behalf of the management team, I thank you for your accomplishments this year. We are all grateful. Please enjoy the enclosed gift certificate as a token of our thanks.

One of the joys of Thanksgiving is wishing you a happy Holiday Season and a healthy and prosperous New Year.

Take time off, enjoy yourself and don’t eat too much turkey. Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for us to show our gratitude for employees and we hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Thank you for all that you do to help us in providing solutions to our clients, opportunity for our employees, and support for our community.

Thank you for being such a great employee. We are so happy to have you on our team and we want you to have a wonderful holiday with the ones who make you happy. Have a fantastic Thanksgiving!

Thank you for your hard work day in and day out to serve our customers and make this company what it is. Thank you for your generosity, your willingness to go above and beyond not only on the job but also to help the members of our community through our various service projects throughout the year.

Thanksgiving is an excellent time to spend with your loved ones and not think about working, but here at work we want you to know that we are thankful for you. Thanks for being a part of our work family and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

The gift of love, the gift of peace, the gift of happiness. May these be yours this Holiday Season.

Throughout the year, we sometimes forget to let all of our employees know how grateful we are for our employees like you. So, we’re taking this time to show you how thankful we are. Hope you have a happy Thanksgiving.

We hope that you take this time to spend with your family and loved ones. Enjoy the time that you have with them and don’t think too much about work. We’re thankful to have you.

We hope you have a happy Thanksgiving, we are so thankful for you and all of the things that you do here. You deserve some time to enjoy your loved ones and have a break.

Wishing you every happiness this Holiday Season and throughout the coming year.

You and your co-workers have worked hard this year, and your dedication has paid off. Every quarter our financials look better and better. Thank you for your hard work and positive attitude. Have a joyful, abundant Thanksgiving.

Here is a look at one agency giving a special thanks to employees in an unexpected way.

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Thanksgiving Is a Reminder to Appreciate Your Staff

Sure, Thanksgiving is about feasting, but let’s not forget its other main theme: gratitude.

This is the perfect time to show your appreciation for the awesome people in your life— especially those patient folks you spend your days working alongside!

Consider taking a few minutes this holiday season to write your favorite coworkers a Thanksgiving message letting them know how much you appreciate them.

Whether it’s your goofy friend who cracks you up during meetings…

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…or the teammate who keeps you motivated (no matter how absurd office life gets)…

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…or the coworker who seriously came through for you, helping you finish that important project when you were struggling…

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…everyone appreciates a word of thanks.

So give it a try—read on to learn our favorite tips for how to write the perfect Thanksgiving message to your colleagues!

1 Know Your Audience

How do you and your coworkers usually communicate? Do you chat it up on Slack? Text on the reg? Email like it’s 1999?

If GIF-offs with your office BFF are the norm, writing a ten-page essay extolling his or her excellence might seem a little odd. Sending a fun note with a GIF or meme via your normal communication channel will be the better plan.

On the other hand, if a relationship with a colleague is more formal, a thoughtful email or handwritten note may be well received.

2 Make It Personal

The perfect Thanksgiving message will highlight something specific you appreciate about your colleague. We all struggle with imposter syndrome, so it can mean a lot to someone to know they really are seen and valued!

Let them know how their sunny (or sour!) disposition helps you get through the day, how their fashion style is an inspiration, or how their copywriting skills are wondrous to behold.

Thank them for ruthlessly keeping meetings as short as possible, for having your back in office politics, or for their amazing work on the last team project.

3 Short and Sweet: How to Write a Quick Thanksgiving Note

Want to send a quick thank you note to your colleague? Make it funny, sweet, or encouraging (whatever the recipient will enjoy the most) and send via the usual channel (email, Slack, text, Facebook, etc.).

BONUS: Include a GIF or meme they’ll find entertaining, or a photo of a fun office memory together.

Here are some examples of quick Thanksgiving notes:

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4 Formal and Heartfelt: How to Write a Thanksgiving Message

A more formal message may be appropriate for a superior, a subordinate, or someone who seriously came through for you. You can email this type of message or preferably handwrite it in a card.

Here are some examples of how to structure a thank you message:

Other Fun Ways to Thank Your Colleagues

  • Bring Goodies: Show your appreciation by bringing in treats your crew will love (donuts, cupcakes, fruit kebabs, bacon).
  • Make a Thank You Wall: Decorate a whiteboard or wall in your office and invite your coworkers to post their Thanksgiving messages using sticky notes.
  • Treat Them: If a coworker really came through for you this year, take them out to lunch (or coffee, or drinks, or ice cream!).
  • Out-of-Office Message: Thank everyone, colleagues and clients alike, by setting up a fun Thanksgiving-themed auto-responder.

What will you do to thank your colleagues this Thanksgiving?

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