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Celebrate National Boss’s Day 2020 like a boss with these free printable gift tags! Make your employer’s day with a simple gift and a tag that wishes them a happy boss day.
Do you have a fantastic boss? This year, show you appreciate them! And once you’ve got the perfect gift, how about a printable thank you card?
When is Boss’s Day?
National Boss Day 2020 is on the 16th of October.
Is Bosses Day the same day every year?
The holiday is celebrated on October 16th every year, or the nearest workday if the 16th falls on a weekend.
How do you celebrate Boss’s Day?
What do you do for Boss’s Day? The best gift ideas are often simple, homemade, and from the heart. How about one of these DIY ideas that you and your coworkers can put together? Attach one of my free printable boss gift tags to make it extra special.
- A flower basket or other gift basket.
- Cake! Employees often get cakes in the break-room for their birthdays, so why not give a homemade cake to your supervisor?
- Cookies are also correct!
- You can’t really go wrong with coffee unless your boss is a tea drinker. An assortment of coffees or teas is a sure hit.
- Custom coffee mugs.
- Gift cards to your boss’s favorite store or restaurant.
- Potted plants – put that corner office with a window to use!
- A boss day card signed by everyone in the office. You can go the Hallmark card route, or use one of our free printable thank you cards!
- Finally, how about a funny certificate for the top coffee drinker in the office? Come up with your own gag gifts that reflect your boss’s quirks.
Free Printable Gift Tags For YOUR BOSS
Download the file, print in black and white on white or colored cardstock. Cut out tags. The circle tags can be easily cut with a 1 1/2 inch circle punch(affiliate link). Layer the circles on top of the tag and punch a hole. Attach the special Boss Day messages to your gift with ribbon or twine.
What do you do for Boss’s Day?
When you celebrate your boss, you’re really showing appreciation for the good relations of your entire workplace. Here are some boss’s day ideas.
Surprise the boss with something inexpensive but thoughtful this year. Bringing in a batch of homemade treats or a pretty jar of candy, you can make the whole office happy.
Or go with something healthy like houseplants or simple decoration to brighten the office. Easy and heartfelt – everyone wins!
Experts advise that you don’t go overboard with a very expensive gift, though! In general, it’s a lot less awkward to stick with something personalized and meaningful. If you give something too over-the-top, you could risk looking like you’re expecting a favor in return.
How do you spell Bosses Day?
Are you putting together a handmade card? Then you might be confused as to how to spell the holiday.
Well, worry no more. It can actually be spelled Boss’s Day, Bosses’ Day, or simple Boss Day.
In 1958, the holiday was conceived by Patricia Bays Haroski as Boss’ Day. Haroski worked in an insurance company in Deerfield, Illinois, under a great boss. She picked October 16, her father’s birthday, as the day she wanted to celebrate great supervisors everywhere.
The Illinois governor, Otto Kerner, officially recognized the day several years later in 1962. The day is meant to show appreciation for the work that managers and bosses do.
Happy National Boss Day! I hope these tags help you dress up your Boss Day gifts in style!
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