When a friend, coworker, or boss has fallen ill, giving them a well wish and greeting is a great way to lift their spirits and remind them that you are near. Combining any of these messages below is a great way show your concerns and consideration. Here are some examples of great get well messages for coworkers that will inspire you.
Boss please get well soon and return to work. We miss your presence since you motivates us with your guidance and instructions.
Boss, you have always been a true friend, mentor and a great leader. We miss your presence, please get well really soon.
Do you know what inspiration, motivation and encouragement have in common? They have all been missing from the office ever since the day you fell sick. Get well soon.
Get well soon before I get sick and fall ill because of working all alone.
Going on coffee runs with you was all about catching up on the gossip of the day. Now, it is just about getting coffee. Get well soon, I miss you.
I am aware you are in hospital. Hope they will release you after a short time as I need you much more than them.
I am sending this message to wish you quick recovery and good health as you get back very soon in the swing. We all miss you deeply.
I come to office with a heavy heart and leave with an empty soul. Without you a colleague like you to work with, I feel bored in my role. Get well soon.
I have been able to cover up for your share of work, but the share of the smiles and laughter you spread in the office. Get well soon.
I hope you feel better and stop feeling weak. I feel glum because I miss my favorite colleague. Get well soon.
I know you are not ill, you really want more time to kill. You want us to do all your work, while all your responsibilities you can conveniently shirk. Stop pulling these sickies because we can see through, come back soon because we miss you. Get well soon.
Imagining an agile mind, lithe body and an inspired soul like you being chained to a hospital bed is impossible. Get well soon.
It’s funny how everyone in the office is feeling lethargic and tired even though it is you who has fallen ill. Come back soon, we miss you.
Life has much delight and fun experience to offer to you. Get well soon as you experience them my dear boss.
Management theories say that a congenial working atmosphere is made up of good office infrastructure and open dialogue. For me, it is made by having colleagues like you around. Get well soon.
My appraisal wasn’t the best this time because I didn’t have a colleague like you who brings out the best in me. So get well soon, I need you.
My boss, as you suffer I suffer too. We will fight the illness together. My dear get well soon.
Of course, we miss how your contagious positive attitude made our energy levels soar. But we miss your vibrant smiles and bubbly personality more. Get well soon.
Office without you is like a nightclub without music, cafe without coffee and a mall without shops – meaningless. Get well soon.
Our team’s biggest rival right now is not the competition, but an illness which is keeping a brilliant employee like you away. Get well soon.
Stay at home, take enough rest. Go to the doctor, undergo all the tests. Don’t come to work, until you feel your best. But get well soon, at the very earliest.
The company may have gone through a minor financial setback loss with your absence, but I went through a huge emotional one. Get well soon.
The doctors in the hospital don’t need your million dollar creative ideas, we do. Get well soon.
The office is feeling empty without you. To talk about, there is nothing new. We are all waiting for you to come back, so at lunchtime we can catch up over a snack. Get well soon.
The official gossip monger, coffee runner, leg puller and joke cracker of the office is on leave because of a sickness. Get well soon, we miss you.
The ship of our team is sailing wherever the wind takes it. Please come back soon and adjust the sails. Get well soon.
The word soon doesn’t convey the hurry with which I want you to get back to work. So here’s wishing you get well urgently.
There are many people to help you cope up with your sickness at home, but there is nobody to help me cope up with your absence in the office. Get well soon.
There is a lot of work to be done, and we are falling behind without our number one. Get well soon.
Things are going well, but not happily enough. Projects are being completed smoothly, but not innovatively enough. Decisions are being made perfunctorily, not wisely enough– all because of your absence. Get well soon.
We are one man down in sharing all the yelling that boss gives us every day. Get well soon.
We were sad to hear about your illness Please get well soon! We are grateful that you are our boss and we are all missing you.
Wherever you are, just look at the shining sun as see it saying get well our boss.
While the company is worried about its numbers taking a hit in your absence, I am worried about my happiness. Get well soon.
You are best leader and the greatest boss an employee can get. We need you to perform our very best. We will pray for your quicker recovery.
You are just an absent employee for the company, missing member for the team and an unavailable colleague for others in the department. But for me, you are a dear friend who lights up my boring days. Get well soon.
Your absence has not just left your cubicle empty, but our hearts empty too. Get well soon.
Your absence has proved that you are not just indispensible, but irreplaceable too. Get well soon.
Your legs aren’t meant to limp with a fracture, but climb up the corporate ladder with speed. Get well soon buddy.
When illness seems to be taking over, following any of these flu hacks will help you to start feeling better.