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December 21, 2018 Anniversary Wishes 4 comments

One question you will likely be asked and thus should practice, is, “What will you miss By working together we benefited the company and our customers.

Is someone leaving your workplace and you want some farewell wishes for a colleague to write in a card? Need help finding the right words for a goodbye messages to coworkers?

You aren’t alone!

A colleague leaving your workplace is a sad time. We forge strong connections with our coworkers so having to say farewell can be tough. Especially if you were close to them. That’s why when they’re departing you should let them know just how much they meant to you. So in order to help find the right words we’ve put together some of the best farewell wishes for a colleague to help you out.

Writing farewell messages are harder than they might first seem. Saying goodbye is tough. It can be hard to express how you feel to a colleague. They become friends, but because of knowing them through work it can make those relationships that bit different to other people in our lives. So when they leave work you can feel conflicted. They might be moving on to a new job or promotion, maybe even retiring, so your feelings might be mixed. Pleased for them but also sad to see them go. And so if you’re giving them a farewell card or gift then deciding on what to say in your message can be tricky.

So use the farewell colleague messages and quotes below to help inspire you to let a coworker know how much you’ll miss them!

Farewell Wishes for Colleagues

These sample farewell wishes are perfect for saying how much you’re going to miss a colleague that is leaving. Use them in a farewell card, with a gift or even to share on social media.

  • Wishing you well on your next adventure. Farewell and good luck!
  • We’re all going to miss you so much. Farewell!
  • It just won’t be the same around here without you. Best of luck for the future
  • You started off as just a colleague but you quickly became a friend. I’m really going to miss you. Farewell
  • Don’t forget to stay in touch! Wishing you all the best
  • I’m sure you’re going to do great with whatever comes next. Farewell and good luck!
  • Congratulations on the promotion! Going to miss you but I’m really pleased and proud of all you’ve achieved.
  • Farewell to my partner in crime. The office pranks are going to suffer without you to help me!
  • I’m not going to miss your messy desk and stupid jokes.. but I’m really going to miss you. Farewell to a great friend
  • We’re/I’m so sad you’re leaving. Wishing you all the best for the future
  • Farewell to my favourite coworker. Still can’t believe you’re going. It just won’t be the same without you
  • You may be moving on to bigger and better things but promise not to forget us! Farewell!
  • I’m really excited for your next chapter. I know it’s going to be huge. Farewell
  • Wishing you all the best and may success follow you wherever you go!
  • Farewell to an amazing colleague. Don’t worry, we’re going to throw you an amazing going away party!
  • Wishing you much joy & happiness as you begin a new chapter in your life.
  • You were an asset for the entire department. We will surely miss you. Wishing you a great future!
  • The coffee breaks, the canteen chats, office gossips and long hours schedule – I will miss all of them I had with you. Farewell and take care
  • Congratulations! Best of luck in your new career
  • I hope you find as much joy in your next career as you have here. Best wishes
  • The whole workplace is going to miss you. Farewell and all the best!
  • The office is gong to be so dull without you. We’re really going to miss you. Farewell
  • You’ve not only been a colleague but a mentor and friend. It’s going to be weird not having you around but I know we can’t hold you back. Good luck with everything
  • We were lucky enough to click instantly and I’m so pleased to have had you as my colleague by my side. So best wishes on your new adventures

Goodbye Messages to Coworkers

Sometimes a heartfelt goodbye is the best way to wish a colleague farewell. These messages do just that – saying goodbye when you know you’re going to find it tough.

  • I don’t want to say goodbye but I know I can’t stop you leaving. All the best and farewell
  • I’m so lucky to have known someone who is so hard to say goodbye to
  • I don’t know what I’m going to do without you, but I sure you’ll do great on all your future endeavours. Goodbye and good luck!
  • So long, farewell, auf weidersehen, goodbye – it’s gong to feel lonely with you gone.
  • Just a quick note to say adieu! We’ll all miss you so much.
  • I’ll raise a glass to all you’ve achieved and remember the good times. Goodbye to a brilliant coworker and good pal
  • We may be saying goodbye but I know this isn’t the last we’ll see of you. Good luck with everything
  • So long! Beers are on you tonight!
  • Even as you move on to bigger and better things don’t forget to stay in touch. Goodbye and congratulations on promotion
  • It’s with sadness that we’re saying goodbye. You’ve become such a good friend over the years. I’m really going to miss you
  • Big hugs and goodbyes to my favourite colleague. Keep in touch!
  • All the best in your new endeavours. Goodbye from everyone
  • As you move into a new venture may luck and success always be with you! Good luck and goodbye
  • We’re in the office so I don’t want to cry but I’m going to miss you so much. Goodbye
  • It’s time to move on and scale new heights. But we sincerely hope that you don’t forget the old friends you’ve made along the way. Goodbye and farewell

Funny Farewell Messages to Colleagues

If you’re colleague is the right type then a funny message poking fun at their leaving could be the ideal choice. Enjoy a final laugh with your coworker and make a joke about their leaving.

  • All the best for the future. Can I have your chair?
  • I hope that your next boss will hate you so much so that he’ll kick you back here. Just kidding! Be good there and all the best for your new workplace.
  • You’ll be back…
  • How much more money are they giving you? Write that number down. Double it. Throw the paper away. I don’t have that kind of money, but I can bribe you with brownies, my delightful smile, jokes, and my friendship. Reconsider staying!
  • I want to hunt down the head hunter who hunted you and tell him that he has managed to hunt the best hunt ever. Farewell.
  • You’re leaving? Pfft, I never liked you anyway!
  • You might be leaving but you can’t get away from me that easily!
  • Take me with you!!!
  • If I had to play a final prank on you before bidding you farewell, I would tie your legs to your cubicle when you aren’t looking so that you can never leave us. Goodbye.
  • I’ll never forget you [insert wrong name].
  • Please don’t leave me alone with these people!!
  • On one hand I feel happy that I no longer have to listen to your angry rants, but on the other the thought of having a new boss makes me wet my pants. Farewell.
  • So long, I’ll miss our awkward conversations about the weather.
  • I can’t wait to steal your desk. I mean, sorry you’re leaving… good luck for the future.
  • Good luck finding better co-workers than us in your new job!
  • I’ve worked with many people and I can honestly say you were one of them.
  • I would like to taste the cakes before writing anything nice or contributing to your fund, please.
  • We’re all going to really miss doing your work for you.

Thank You and Farewell Message to Colleagues

Often colleagues have helped us or become a really important part of our lives. These farewell messages go beyond saying goodbye but also thank the colleague leaving for everything they’ve done for you.

  • You’ve been an inspiration around the office. Thank you for everything and best of luck in the future
  • I can’t thank you enough for all your help when I first joined the company. You took me under your wing and enabled me to settle in so well. I’m going to miss you – farewell to an awesome colleague and friend
  • Thank you for being such an incredible colleague and friend. I’m really going to miss you
  • Monthly targets and performance appraisals will come and go, but the memories of working with a colleague like you will stay in my heart forever. Thank you for all your hard work
  • In the journey of life you meet several people who are hard to forget. I am glad to have met a person like you. I hope the path ahead is smooth for you and may you reach your goal without fuss. Thank you for being a part of my life.
  • I’m sad that you’re leaving because of all the help you gave me but I’m thrilled to hear of all the success I know you’ll have in your next adventure. Thank you for everything and best of luck
  • Your hard work and dedication won’t be forgotten. Thank you for all you contributed to the company
  • It was a pleasure working with you and your loss will be greatly felt. Thank you for your time and dedication while you worked for us. Best wishes as you embark on a new challenge
  • It has been a truly enriching experience to work with someone like you. Thank you for your support and help – I, alongside everyone else, will miss you
  • I’ve learned a lot working with you these past years. I know you’ll be successful in your new position. Thank you and goodbye!
  • Having you as a partner at work was one of the best professional experiences in my career. Thank you for your guidance. Best of luck.
  • The boss may be sad because of losing a hardworking and efficient employee, but we are sad because your heart-warming smile we will no longer see. Thank you and farewell.

Goodbye Wishes When You’re Leaving the Company

Maybe it’s you who have decided to leave or got a promotion, and you want to wish your colleagues goodbye. If so then knowing what to say to those coworkers might be causing you problems. Try some of these examples messages.

  • My time here has been amazing and I’ve learnt something from each and every one of you. Thank you all and farewell
  • The experience and skills I’ve obtained at this company will serve me in the years to come. I can’t wait to start on my new journey, but I’m going to miss you so much. I hope we see each other very soon
  • Although I am looking forward to staring my new role and exciting new career I have enjoyed my time here immensely. Thank you for your support and guidance. I’m going t miss all my colleagues. Goodbye
  • I want to thank every single one of you for your encouragement and support. I couldn’t have asked for better coworkers and loved every minute of working here.
  • I’m so grateful for the time I’ve spent working here but retirement beckons! It’s time for rest and relaxation.
  • The new opportunity that came up was too good to turn down but I’m so sad to be leaving you all. This company is truly special as are each of you. Thank you and farewell
  • The memories I’ve made here are some I’ll never forget. It has been an incredible experience being your boss. I hope I wasn’t too mean and you’ll remember me well! Farewell

is this sentence all right? Can I say "miss working with you' I miss working with you and I hope one day we will have the chance to work together.

100 Farewell Message to Colleagues After Resignation

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I understood your question only after having composed the first part of this answer, so please be patient and bear with me as you read me through:

Your question seems rather confusingly worded about the idea of certainty, and you yourself appear confused also about where to apply the interpretation of "certain to happen."

FIRSTLY, the use of 'will' rather than 'would' or 'might' in the first part of the sentence is what makes it clear that at least "I will miss everyone" is certain to happen -- here it is will that implies certainty, whether 'if' or 'when' is used for the rest of the sentence.

SECONDLY, if and when modify the meaning only of what follows, and each modifies it differently, with "if" denoting possibility and "when" implying a high degree of probability (I see no need to be 100% certain!)

If and when cannot be used to mean the same thing. THE MEANINGS OF IF AND WHEN ARE GRAMMATICALLY DEFINED AND NOT OPEN TO INTERPRETATION. (I use block capitals only to emphasise that their meanings are grammatically fixed.) Uncertainty becomes implied the moment you use if.

Therefore you cannot get the same meaning by using IF and WHEN.

HOWEVER, after re-reading your complicated question, I think you believe that there is 100% certainty in both parts of this sentence (I am sure to miss everyone and also sure to leave this job, now or later) and therefore you feel there is no need to use IF -- if that is what you mean, then you can certainly go ahead and use "WHEN" instead of "if" to construct this sentence!

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Here are 50 perfect farewell messages to coworkers that will remind them of how much they will be missed.

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You’ve been so dependable, supportive, encouraging, and honest during your time here. Your new place is incredibly lucky to have you. Keep doing great things.

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Thank you for all the support and goodwill you have shown to me over the years. The sweet memories of working with a coworker like you will be hard to forget. Farewell, mate.

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Take care of yourself in your new job. I wish I could be your coworker there too. The people you’re going to work with are in for a real treat. Goodbye, and keep in touch.

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Thanks for all those times when you helped me in the tasks I wasn’t able to do on time. It will be difficult to fill the void created by your absence. I am really going to miss you. Best of luck.

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Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Others stay awhile, make footprints on our hearts and we are never, ever the same.

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Your decision-making skills are an asset that have always inspired me to be like you. I appreciate all your words of encouragement and everything I have learned from you. Farewell, sir.

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This is such an exciting opportunity for you, but we still can’t believe you’re leaving. Please keep in touch.

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It’s time to move on and scale new heights. But we wish that you don’t forget the old friends who have loved you always.

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Thanks for training me. I’ll do my best to make sure I uphold the work ethic and commitment that you’re known for. Thanks for the motivation and for the on-the-job training I have received from you. Goodbye, mate.

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Thank you for your help and kindness. I wish you the best of luck and continued success wherever you may find yourself.

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You’ve been a friend, colleague, and mentor whom I have treasured so much. However, you’re bound for bigger and better things. Goodbye, mate.

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Thanks a lot for all your support and encouragement. You are the best colleague I have ever met. Bye, and keep in touch.

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The troubles of miles of commute was undone by your one smile. Do well.

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Your resignation is a cruel reminder that all good things in life must come to an end. You may have stopped being a colleague, but you’ll always remain my friend. Farewell.

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The most difficult and trying part of you leaving will be adjusting to a new boss who likely won’t be half the leader that you are.

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You may no longer be my coworker, but you’ll continue to be my friend. Good luck at your new job.

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It has been an honor working with a wonderful colleague like you these past years.

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Saying goodbye to a true friend is really tough. But I bid you goodbye with the hope that we would meet again one day.

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Thank you so much for everything you’ve done for me. You’re a wonderful boss. It’s so sad to hear that you’re leaving. I’ll never forget you. Farewell, boss, and I hope to see you again soon.

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You decided to move to greener pastures, but your departure will leave our grounds barren and dry. Farewell.

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It has been a pleasure working with a boss like you. Thank you for making the workplace a fun place to be. I hope for your success in your new role. Good luck, and farewell.

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You’re moving away; this office is going nowhere. However, if you need someone to help proofread your work, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Here’s wishing you the best of goodbyes.

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It didn’t take long for me to see you as my friend, rather than my colleague. I’m lucky to have worked with you, and I’ll miss you. Let’s keep in touch.

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I’ve learned a lot working with you these past years. I know you’ll be successful in your new position. Thank you and farewell, friend.

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While you might no longer work here, let’s keep working on our friendship. I’d love to stay in contact with you.

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I’m seriously going to miss you here. Best of luck in your new endeavor. See you soon.

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I’ll miss you and think of you. Thank you for the good times and sweet memories that we shared together.

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I will miss my colleague and best friend, but the sweet memories we shared together will stay in my heart forever. You are the best staff I have ever worked with. Bye.

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While it pains me to bid you farewell as you start a new phase of your career, I sincerely wish you continued success in all your future endeavors.

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I want to hunt down the head hunter who hunted you and tell him that he has scored his best hunt ever. Farewell.

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We wish you boundless success wherever you go.

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I like the feeling of finding it difficult to say goodbye to someone because it only means that I have found a true friend.

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Working in this office without you will be so boring. We’ll miss having a wonderful colleague like you. Good luck in your future endeavors.

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I know that you are going to get an awesome salary in your new job but there is no guarantee that you will get awesome colleagues like us too. Do you still want to go? Farewell.

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I hope the next place that you work will rival the joy that you’ve had working here.

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Wishing you much joy and happiness as you begin a new chapter in your life.

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I hope that your new place is full of fun and happiness. Take care, and wishing you all the best.

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Every once in a while, you meet a person that you instantly click with. You’re definitely one of those people for me. I’m so happy that we got to spend the time we did together. Enjoy your new position.

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Our teamwork hasn’t been the same since you left the office. We’re really missing your valuable contributions.

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You were the best colleague that I have ever worked with. I wish you all the best for your future. Farewell.

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Dear officemate, you are an exceptional staff member dedicated to promoting excellence and making the workplace a fun place to be. We will definitely miss you, and we hope you will keep in touch with us from time to time.

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I’ve really enjoyed working with you. Good luck at your new job.

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Go ahead, enjoy your new job. We are friends forever!

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Good colleagues are the kind of people you can rely on, generally get along with, share a joke or two, and ask for help. You’re definitely all of these things. I’m sure your new coworkers will think the same about you as well.

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Having awesome colleagues is a bad habit, because it’ll be impossible to work with someone else now that you’re leaving. Goodbye.

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Wishing you the best in this next phase of your career. Congratulations, and best of luck.

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Having fun and being happy here won’t be as easy without a wonderful person like you around. The whole workplace will miss you. Goodbye, and all the best.

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Having the privilege of working with you has been the highlight of my time here. Best of luck in your new position.

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Monthly targets and performance appraisals will come and go, but the memories of working with a colleague like you will stay in my heart forever.

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Let me take this moment to acknowledge the deep gratitude I have for your many kindnesses and unwavering support during all of the years that I worked with you. I wish you all the best. Goodbye.

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Having you as a partner at work was one of the best professional experiences in my career. Farewell.

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I hope you enjoyed these great farewell messages to help inspire you to find the right words for your own unique message.

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I’ve taken the very difficult decision that it’s time for me to leave the NAO so this blog post will also be my last one. Join me when I’m looking back at some of the things that I will miss working here.

Location, location…

The London office, set among the graceful Victorian and Regency architecture of Pimlico, is a lovely place to work. Nearby are leafy squares and imposing town houses, including 65 Eaton Place, the setting of the TV series Upstairs, Downstairs (actually in the series it was number 165 but they painted the 1 in for the cameras). On my regular lunchtime walks, I’ve spotted numerous blue plaques announcing the famous people who lived in the area, including Sir Winston Churchill; Mozart; Noel Coward; Laura Ashley and Sir Laurence Olivier.

Audit visits

A strange one this, since my main reason for leaving is to spend more time at home, but there are bits of audit visits I will miss. The working atmosphere is one of those – on audit you always feel part of a team, and that’s reinforced by staying in the same hotels and eating breakfast, lunch and dinner together. Getting out of the office, travelling to different parts of the country and meeting the clients, seeing the context behind the numbers in the accounts, all make the job more interesting.

Merlin

Merlin is our intranet, where you can find everything from the answer to a tricky audit question to someone to share a flat. One of my favourites is the suggestion scheme. A number of ideas have been taken on board, such as casual Fridays and support for some voluntary work. I’m not sure whether the latest suggestion for a bring your pet to work scheme will ever catch on, despite provoking some hilarious debate. I hope someone will let me know the result!

Networking

There have been plenty of ways to get involved in areas outside my normal audit responsibilities: this blog for one, but also playing the role of a challenging client in the audit interview training; having lunch with the candidates on the graduate scheme assessment days, and staffing a stall at the induction jamboree. These have been great fun and a chance to get to know colleagues around the office.

Goodies

Baking is a bit of a tradition in the office. Delicious cakes baked by colleagues regularly appear in the office together with an email invitation to “help yourself”. It’s tantalising when you’re miles away on audit and you still get that email. We are trying to persuade one of our team to go in for the Great British Bake-off – watch out for the auditor on your TV screens next year!

Colleagues

I’m leaving the best to last of course. Saying goodbye to all the friendly, intelligent, individual, interesting, supportive, and generally lovely people I have met here is the hardest part about leaving. It’s not only my audit colleagues I’ll miss, but also those I’ve met through the Union, the choir, this blog and of course my college buddies who have shared the ups and downs of studying for the ACA over the past two years.

It’s been a continuous learning experience. I have absorbed such a lot of knowledge that my head feels as if it might burst. I’ve made new friends, gained a qualification (the Certificate in Finance and Business), counted missiles, and found out how my taxes are spent. I’ve dressed up as an eighties glam rocker and a fifties lady at two Christmas parties, taken part in a fantastic film quiz and sung Christmas carols for charity in the foyer. I’m sad to be leaving but very glad that I filled in that daunting application form back in April 2012. If you’re wondering whether to apply, my advice would be to do what I did, and go for it!

The NAO graduate blog thanks Lis for being part of the blogging team. We will sincerely miss her blog posts but wish her the very best for her new life post-NAO. Keep on blogging, Lis! 


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