Boss's Day

Boss's Day Quick Facts - US

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2020 DateOctober 16, 2020
2021 DateOctober 16, 2021
Boss's Day

Boss's Day History

Boss’s Day seeks to recognize the bosses and supervisors of the world by showing them support and appreciation. This day aims to improve relations between bosses and employees.

Boss’s Day was first registered as a national holiday with the U.S Chamber of Commerce in 1958 by State Farm employee, Patricia Bays Haroski. It is observed annually on the 16th of October.

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Boss's Day Facts

  • The origin of the word Boss comes the Dutch word Baas, meaning master.
  • According to catalyst.org, in 2020 the percentage of women in senior and management roles globally was 29%. In the U.S, the percentage of women in senior and management roles was 40%.

Boss's Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Give your employer a card, flowers, or a gift certificate to show appreciation.

Boss's Day References and Related Sites

www.catalyst.org: Women in Management

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