Best way to say goodbye in this context...

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I have some friends at work and sometime I ask if they are interested in hanging around after work.
One possible answer is: "I would like to, but I am not sure how long this work will take. If I manage to finish early, sure" or something similar.

Now, that is the best way to say goodbye? Is there a way to convey that you want them working well and obtaining the result they hope for?
Something like "have fun," but to me it sounds weird as often the work is not fun. "Best wishes," perhaps?

  • ewie

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    If your friends are British English and you say Have fun with a smile, Ezze, they'll understand you mean "I'm sorry you have to stay here and work":)
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