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Did you know today is a national holiday? Stumped over the occasion? Have no fear. You can make your Boss’s Day special just by taking a moment to say thank you. Flowers, candy, and gift cards are great, but sometimes the simple [and free] things mean the most. Let us help you make your boss feel v

Oct 17, 2016

Did you know today is a national holiday? Stumped over the occasion? Have no fear. You can make your Boss’s Day special just by taking a moment to say thank you.


Flowers, candy, and gift cards are great, but sometimes the simple [and free] things mean the most. Let us help you make your boss feel valued with this graphic.

Don’t forget to tag your supervisor, forward this post via email, or download the image and tape it to their door. Whatever you do, remind your boss you appreciate their vision, guidance, and support.

We have a feeling bosses can relate to what our peers have reported in the past – there’s no better gift than a genuine, hand-written thank you.

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