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Happy Boss’s Day! Here’s How to Celebrate Remotely

Boss’s Day is celebrated on October 16th every year and was created by Patricia Bays Haroski. It was registered as a holiday back in 1958 but only began to grow in popularity in 1979 after Hallmark started creating cards. 

Happy National Boss Day
Fun Fact: Patricia chose October 16th as the day 
to celebrate because it was her father’s birthday!

Though Boss’s Day celebrations have been around for more than 60 years, they’ll look a lot different this year as employees and managers celebrate the day remotely.

Unfortunately, there won’t be any large team lunches or after-hours celebrations. But there are still plenty of ways to show your managers you appreciate them without meeting in person. 

The team at Wikibuy put together some unique Boss’s Day gifts that you can buy online, depending on what your boss prefers. 

However, before you decide to buy a gift for your boss, make sure to ask yourself if you should.

Some companies have policies that don’t allow gift giving among teams. Also think about if your boss will appreciate the gift or if they might feel uncomfortable. 

When in doubt, it’s best practice to buy something simple and genuine. You should always avoid alcohol-related gifts, as well as lotion, perfume, grooming products and anything with a religious or political message. 

Explore the visual below to help you plan your virtual Boss’s Day.

Happy Boss’s Day! Here’s How to Celebrate Remotely

Some Funny Boss Day Messages

Happy Boss’s Day from your favorite employee!

Managing people isn’t easy, especially with knuckleheads like me in the office. How do you do it?

You’re the best boss I’ve ever had, and I’m not just saying that because I want a raise.

You make every day feel like Casual Friday.

Wanted to wish you a Happy Boss’s Day on Facebook since I know you spend most of your day on here.