When wording service recognition awards, individuals should include the name of the award recipient, the company presenting the award, the name of the award and the reason for the recognition. The wording should be embellished based on the recipient and the reason for the award or recognition.
Some ideas to incorporate into the overall award can discuss teamwork, development, improvement, individual effort, dedication and commitment level or creativity and idea generation. Generally, the award starts out with the group or entity giving the award, followed by the title of the award, such as Certificate of Achievement or Certificate of Appreciation. The presented to language follows, along with the name of the recipient and the reason for recognition. The award is dated and follows the signature of the award presenter, followed by his title.
It's best to choose words that speak directly to the person receiving the award and that reflect the intent of the award. If the award is created for someone who reduced accidents at the workplace, it should indicate such. Other reasons for awards include recognition of service or a high sales quota met. Traditional phrases such as dedicated service or exemplary performance, or select phrasing that represents the company itself. Simple language that communicates a clear message is preferable.