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Category: Boss’s Day
Published October 07, 2015 by
Why a Gift Basket? A good boss is worth celebrating. A bad boss is worth buttering up. Either way, Boss's Day ought to be remembered with a token of your appreciation and thanks. One of the best ways to do this is with a gift basket. You can customize it for your boss and your budget; you can make it small for an individual gift or large for a group gift. Here are some Boss's Day gift basket ideas to get you started. Fruit. The Healthy Sweet Tooth If your boss is more health-conscious, satisfy the sweet tooth with fruit. While you can opt to include a range of old favorites: apples, bananas, grapes, oranges, etc., why not make it an exotic fruit basket? Try mangoes, ugly fruit, star fruit, and pomegranate, all of which should be available at your local supermarket.
Published September 30, 2014 by
Each year, America celebrates a fun holiday called Boss's Day which annually falls on October 16th. With the economy being in an all-time low, it might not be practical to go out and spend a lot of money on a gift for your boss. But the nice thing is, you don't have to spend a lot for your boss to feel appreciated. Here are a few ways to celebrate Boss's Day without breaking the bank. First off, who says that everyone has to purchase their own individual gift? Why not team up together with your coworkers and purchase a large item with everyone in the office? Even if everyone simply chips in with $5-$10, you will be able to buy a nice gift that your boss or manager will cherish. Now, what if not everyone wants to chip in on a gift for the boss? That's okay too. You can still find frugal
Published July 22, 2011 by
Perhaps you’ve been newly promoted and want to make a good impression on your colleagues. Or maybe you’ve been the boss so long that you’re fresh out of ideas on how to improve your relationship with your coworkers. This Boss’s Day, give everyone in your department something to celebrate. Here are some fresh ideas for being the best boss you can be. Remember When No one is born being the boss. Most everyone has had to start small and work their way up the ladder. Remember what it was like for you when you first started out. Maybe you were like the nervous college grad that’s too afraid to speak up at meetings, or maybe you felt like you had to really prove yourself by going above and beyond every day. You’re the boss now, so you can make it easier on your direct reports.
Published April 25, 2011 by
Your secretary is the one who keeps you looking good, on time, and prepared for the day ahead. He or she is out there on the front lines fielding calls, saving you money and time, and making sure that the day runs smoothly. The very worst thing you can do is to forget Secretary’s Day. It falls on April 27th, 2011 and April 25th, 2012. Not everyone is aware that Secretary’s Day is a big deal. In fact, some bosses don’t even give a nod to it. But the bosses who value the staff they have will surely want to make this day a big event for their finest secretaries. Gone are the days when the secretary made coffee and took notes. Today’s secretaries deal with vendors and clients and are in on the high level meetings. Most times they know everything that’s going on in the company as