36 Good Short Farewell Messages for Boss

You engage with your fellow colleagues and boss on a daily basis. When one of them decides to leave their job, it can be an adjustment period for all parties involved. Here is a look at some great farewell messages for boss that will help to show your gratitude and pay tribute to the work performed while they were there.

“All these years you were my boss first, friend second. Now that you have resigned, I look forward to being just your friend. Farewell.”

“All want to say goodbye and good luck.”

“As you move outside the cold walls of the office, we can’t wait to begin a warm friendship on the outside. Farewell.”

“Brainstorming sessions will stop being fun without the person who has been the brains behind the company’s every move. Farewell.”

“Farewell to a boss who used his authority to catapult us towards success, not subdue us under hierarchy.”

“Farewell, to the boss who showed us that secret to success lies in simple things like hard work and perseverance.”

“Good luck to a wonderful Boss. It was wonderful working with you. We’ll miss you and wish you well.”

“I cannot measure your contribution in my life by counting the promotions and perks. The value you have added to my career with your inspirational guidance is actually priceless. Farewell boss.”

“I have learnt the principles of business not from a book but from an encyclopedia that walks and talks – my boss, who I hate to see leaving. Farewell.”

“I wish my employment contract had a clause which bounded my job with yours so I could follow you wherever you go. Goodbye.”

“I’m sad to see you go, because you’ve been not only a great coworker but also a great friend.”

“It has been a great pleasure working with a colleague like you. Now, you are off to your next big challenge. Good luck and farewell.”

“It sounds like an exciting opportunity for you, but I still can’t believe you are leaving. I’m looking forward to hearing all about it soon. Good luck.”

“It’ll be a relief not to have you around anymore. Just kidding—you will be sorely missed.”

“It’s a pity to see one of our best leave. Best of luck.”

“Most bosses teach their subordinates how to be more efficient at work. You taught us what was more important – how to be happier at work. Farewell.”

“Nobody can do your job quite like you. How will we ever make things work around here without you? Our whole team will miss you. Farewell and best wishes.”

“Now that you have stepped down as Captain of the ship, who will sail us through choppy waters? Farewell, boss.”

“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.”

“Ordinary employees like me become extraordinary when they are trained by awesome bosses like you. Farewell to my favorite boss.”

“Other bosses give orders, you gave us direction. Other bosses give targets, you gave us a vision. Other bosses lead by authority, you have always led us by respect. Farewell to a boss, like no other.”

“So sorry to see you go, boss, and we’ll sure miss you. We wish you all the best for the future.”

“Success and failure are a part and parcel of everyday work life’s highs and lows. But the memories of working with an inspirational boss like you will never go. Farewell.”

“The biggest laurels on the mantelpiece of your life will be the respect, love and affection of all your colleagues. Farewell.”

“This company has been my pottery wheel, you have been the potter and I have been a pot in the making. Farewell, to the boss who has shaped my career.”

“We all wish your resignation gets rejected and your dog eats up your new appointment letter. Farewell to a boss who we don’t want to let go.”

“We may get new leadership, but that doesn’t mean we will get a leader who inspires us like you did. Farewell, we will miss you.”

“While we bid farewell to you, we feel pity for your new colleagues today. They have no idea the kind of wrath they have got coming their way. Goodbye boss.”

“You exemplified excellence. Good luck in your new role.”

“You have always been… more of a friend, less of a colleague, more of a leader, less of a boss. Farewell.”

“You have been a much appreciated and highly regarded asset to this company. Good luck in all your ventures.”

“You may have been my boss for just a few years, but your inspirational and motivational words of advice will push me to do my best for the rest of my life. Farewell.”

“You may have left for greener pastures but in doing so, you have made us go blue. Goodbye boss, we will miss you.”

“Your arrival in the office was as our Boss, but your departure from the office will be as a Friend. Farewell, mate.”

“Your farewell marks the end of the glory days that our team has seen. Because you are the best boss there could ever have been. Goodbye.”

“Your next job will be lucky to have you. It’s safe to say we envy them their new employee.”

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