There is a right way and a wrong way to send your goodbye email to coworkers. By following the correct protocol, you can show your respect for your co-workers without disrespecting them.
The best way to send an email is with a personal touch. You should thank your co-workers for their work and send them a nice “goodbye” email. Your email should not sound like you are throwing them under the bus.
Tell them you appreciate all of their contributions to your business. Thank them for taking the time to contribute to your business. Tell them that you enjoyed working with them, and you wish them luck in the future.
Tell them that you hope they enjoyed all of the good things they have done for you. Tell them how proud you are of them for contributing to your business. Thank them for their hard work and telling them you hope to work with them again is a good start.
Thank them for the work they have done. Explain why you wished to say goodbye to them and thank them for allowing you to grow your business. Tell them you wish they had been more involved in your business and thank them for their contribution.
Your reply should be brief and not a big deal. Give your colleague the courtesy of having a response, but don’t overdo it. Make sure you thank them in your email for helping your business succeed. Express your gratitude by saying “you were always there for me,” and give them a thank you message on your website or in your newsletters.
Send your farewell email to coworkers in the morning. Do not send it in the afternoon. You will come across as rude if you send itafter lunch and well after the work day has ended. You will also appear to be rude to your co-workers if you send it late at night when no one is likely to be on your list.
In summary, send your farewell email to coworkers in the morning and in the afternoon. If you receive a response, do not overdo it, and express your thanks in your response and send a thank you message via your website or in your newsletters.