Boss Day is celebrated on October 16 each year. When the holiday falls on a weekend, it is generally celebrated on the working day closest to October 16.Boss Day offers employees an opportunity to recognize those in supervisory positions. Popular ways to say "Thanks" include cards, a lunch in the Boss's honor, Flowers, or Gift certificates etc.
The concept of Boss's Day came into existence around the middle of the twentieth century and is today celebrated in many countries. It is a day which accords you the opportunity to show your respect and gratitude to your boss and thank him/her for being such a wonderful person. The importance of The Boss in your workplace cannot be overemphasized as the tone of a manager, is what sets the tone for the whole department or company.
From simply giving your Boss Flowers along with a card that contains an appropriate message to throwing a full-fledged party, the choice is yours for the making. Most employees prefer to use a unique combination of handing over Gifts to The Boss plus also throwing a party for him/her. This is guaranteed to sit down well with a Boss, because here, what he/she's getting is really the best of both worlds.
Boss's Day or Bosses' Day also known as The Bo$$ Day or National Boss Day is a secular holiday, celebrated on October 16 in the United States and Canada.