Valentine's day is traditionally a romantic holiday, but it's also an opportunity to celebrate the holiday with those you enjoy working with. People can spend more time with coworkers in a week than their own family members. Some specific examples for bosses and employees are included below to help with those specific relationships.
Valentine's Day Wishes for Coworkers
This is a list of some nice ways to wish a coworker a happy Valentine's Day. Writing something you appreciate about the person may be appropriate if the relationship is close. Use more general wishes if you want to keep a distant relationship.
I love having you as a coworker!
May your Valentine's Day be filled with sweet and valuable things.
Don't work to hard. It's a holiday!
Since I can't be too careful these days, I'll wish you a happy mid February day.
You make work much more fun. I hope your Valentine's Day is fun.
I sincerely wish you a fun and happy Valentine's Day.
There are different types of love and different amounts. I love all my coworkers, but not all equally or in the same way.
Thanks for making me feel loved. Happy V-day!
Don't you think we should get the day of on Valentine's Day? If only we were running things around here.
In order to minimize the risk of getting into trouble with human resources, I'll go ahead and wish you a happy February 14th.
I know we have a love/hate relationship. Since it's Valentine's Day, I'll try to be nice to you today.
I may not love working on V-day, but I love seeing my coworkers!
When writing a Happy Valentine's Day message to an employee, it may be a good idea to think about how you'll send the message to determined the best thing to write. Writing the same message to all the employees is one strategy that makes it easy and ensures inclusiveness.
Working on Valentine's Day is about as much fun as working when you're sick. Thanks for working this holiday.
I hope your Valentine's Day is sweet and delicious! (include candy)
Thank you for all your contributions. You make a difference with all the passion you bring to work.
I depend on you to do amazing work, and you consistently deliver great results. Thanks for all you do. Happy Holiday!
I'm feeling blessed and grateful as I think about how much I love working with all my employees!
I wish I could make Valentine's Day a company holiday. Here's some candy as consolation.
I know you don't always agree with what I tell you to do, but today I'm telling you to have a happy Valentine's Day. Please do what I ask.
Thank you for letting me lead our very talented team. It's my honor!
Any occasion can be a good excuse to express gratitude toward a good boss. When writing a message to a boss, consider using a quote or writing something collectively as a group of employees. This prevents any awkwardness or possibility of inappropriate boundary crossing. As a group, you can get away with saying more funny, meaningful, and sincere things. If in doubt, write a message with a spirit of gratitude, which is always appropriate.
You lead our team from the heart!
You have a big heart for your employees, and we all appreciate you.
We hope you have a good Valentine's day.
I love working for you. Have a wonderful V-Day!
Thanks for making our work environment one that we can love.
Let me tell you what to do for once. Have a happy Valentine's Day!
I think you should take the day off on Valentine's Day. Actually, you can take the day off any time you want since you're the boss.
You and I make a good fit as boss and employee.
Since it's a holiday, I'll give you a break from asking you for a raise or from asking you for a day off. You choose which one.