Man, have you heard about International Boss Day?

National Boss Day has been celebrated around the world for 62 years. The person we love to hate the most gets a full day dedicated just to him. The universal event is celebrated every year on October 16, and if it is a Saturday, like this year, then the celebrations are preceded by one day. Boss Day is celebrated in the United States, Canada, Australia, India, Lithuania, Romania and several other destinations around the globe. The overarching goal of the festive day is to strengthen the bond with the boss, to thank him for his kindness and kindness and in general for not making us pull out hairs.

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As you might guess, this is a controversial event because unlike a hamburger, ice cream, pizza and spaghetti that had their own day that we all love to celebrate – our boss is not really sure we want to pick up. It all started in 1958 when an American woman named Patricia Bays Rusky worked as a secretary in her father’s office in Ilinio. To pardon the father and other bosses in the land of unlimited possibilities, she recorded in the United States Chamber of Commerce “International Boss Day” on the date her father celebrates his birthday.

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Beyond the flattery and the option to inherit more oil, Patricia had another goal – she hoped that thanks to World Boss Day we would be able to improve the atmosphere in the various workplaces. By and large, this is a move that helps to improve and strengthen the internal office ties between employees and senior bosses. The Governor of Illinois decided in 1962 to make it an official holiday in the state and over the years it has become an international holiday for bosses and senior executives around the world.

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So while this is not a holiday that earns celeb status here, it could be an opportunity for you to rejuvenate in casual office shirts. Along with the solid shades of black, light blue, olive and stone, you will find that there are some that will provide quite a bit of interest. Thanks to the prints, captions and patterns that star on the shirt, you will find that even an infidel can be cool enough to do the job for you, at work.

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