Stereotypically, bosses often get a bad rep. They are often seen as the people who yell at overworked and underpaid employees and expect them to do much more work than they are themselves doing. But most people in the working world know that this isn’t usually accurate. Many bosses are kind and generous people who want to nurture a working environment that makes their employees feel respected and satisfied. If you’ve got a great boss, Boss’s Day is the holiday to celebrate them. Let them know how much you appreciate and respect the job they're doing. It’s always nice to hear that you’re doing things right, even when you’re the one in charge. This holiday is typically celebrated on October 16th, but if October 16th is on the weekend then it’s celebrated on the nearest working day.
Boss Day was originally conceptualized to help foster a better relationship between employers and employees. People will often give their bosses cards or gifts to show their appreciation.