October 16th every year is National Boss Day, a day for celebrating the people in your life who keep us employed! The boss is also slang used to describe a person or thing that is excellent. So if you’re blessed with an amazing boss, do a little something for them this day!
History of the National Boss Day
In 1958, National Boss Day was registered by Patricia Bays Haroski as a holiday with the United States Chamber of Commerce in honor of her father, which was supposedly also her employer. She made this holiday to improve the official relations between the supervisors and the employees and raise the cognizance of all the hard work that the bosses put into their jobs. She felt that the younger employees did not appreciate their bosses enough, and when she knew how much her father contributed and what he went through to run the company smoothly, it changed her viewpoint entirely. However, it was not till Illinois Governor Otto Kerner had supported her registration four years later that this day was officially a national holiday.
How to celebrate the National Boss Day
You can celebrate National Boss Day by indulging in the following activities. Be it gifting your boss or reminding them what they mean to you, you can do anything to make him feel loved and special!
- Make your boss’s day great to honor the day, and you can get a cute greeting card for yourself and all the other co-workers to sign. Or you can even consider buying a fun gift for your boss that they’ve always wanted to have. If you are facing a hard time selecting a gift for them, you can also consider donating in their name to a charity or foundation.
- Remind them of what they mean to you. You can also send your boss a heartfelt email and tell them how much they mean to you and how much you appreciate them. If you feel a bit fancy, you can also write an old-school letter to thank them for all the inspiration and dedication they have shown to you. Whatever way, they would appreciate you appreciating them.
- You can also help them out on the job.
Ask your boss about the step you can take to make their tasks easier. It can be a simpler reply asking you to come on time or make sure that the papers are refilled in the printer. However, it could also be a great chance to grow in your career and take point on the daily reports or the quarterly goals. Anyway, the offer for you to go above and beyond would be appreciated.
Making your boss feel special on their day is the key to appreciating their hard work and efforts to run the company smoothly. So celebrate the day with your boss and your co-workers, and you all can make the most out of the day!
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