Oh, wait! For those who know little about National Boss Day, according Wikipedia, “Boss's Day (also known as Bosses Day or National Boss Day) is a secular holiday celebrated on October 16 in the United States. It has traditionally been a day for employees to thank their boss for being kind and fair throughout the year. The holiday has been the source of some controversy and criticism in the United States, where it is often mocked as a Hallmark Holiday. Recently, sites like Hallmark have recognized the holiday with a contemporary spin.”
Now you've known what National Boss Day is, so what kind of relationship does it have to you? You know, National 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. So if your boss treated you kindly in the past, you should say “Thanks” to him/her on this special day. But if your boss treated you like a working machine in the past year, what would you give him on Boss' Day? Oh, no, no, no need to tell us, just keep it as a secret.
For me, I resigned on June 15 this year, I'm working as a freelancer now, so I don't have a boss, but I still want to say “Thanks” to my past boss, although she offered me very low salary, I have to say it is her who gave me a source of money to support when I just graduated from the university, so I want to say “Thank You, boss” on National Boss Day 2008! And I have a small wish, I wish you could increase your employee's salary next year, boss.
So what do you want to say on National Boss Day 2008? Why not share it with us here?