A way to thank leasing office employees?
June 29, 2014 2:16 PM Subscribe
A couple of middle-manager-ish employees perhaps bent the rules a little bit for us and allowed us to transfer a lease to new parties, completely getting us out of the lease. Should I/how do I say thank you?
posted by zeek321 to Human Relations (5 answers total)
Everything was fully documented, so I'm sure that they had the discretion to do this. They said that they don't usually do it, and it seemed like it genuinely made their lives a little harder. And maybe (or maybe not) their actions could come under scrutiny(?).
I met with them in person a few times during the process, and I expressed a couple sentences of authentic gratitude in an email. I'm wondering if anything else would be appropriate. They saved me a great deal of stress and money. I also don't want to make too big a deal of it because they probably don't either. I don't think they have any on-site oversight, but presumably someone could be auditing/managing from afar.
Anyway, is it likely that I have a proper read on the situation? Is there a good way to say thank you to a couple of fellow human beings slightly up the management chain at a job like this?