Clipart for Boss’s Day is available on sites such as Gograph, Fotosearch, Dreamstime and Canstockphoto. Boss's Day occurs on October 16th every year, and clipart is often an effective way to celebrate it by inserting it into cards, newsletters or calendars.Continue Reading
The site Care2 also has automated cards available to send to bosses as well. This site features animations, including one of a calculator tabulating sums and a calendar flipping over to October 16 while a pen grows a flower out of its top.
Besides sending clipart, people also often celebrate the holiday by sending cards, flowers and gift certificates. A round of applause or other formal recognition at the beginning of the day in the workplace are also often ways for workers to show their appreciation for the hard work their bosses do every day to keep everyone employed and happy.
Boss's Day started in 1962, though the idea was first formed in 1958. The day is now showing more and more popularity even outside of the United States. This includes areas such as Australia, South Africa and India. Patricia Bays Haroski began the day on October 17 since it was her father’s birthday. She was an employee at the State Farm Insurance Company.Learn more about Holidays & Celebrations
Free clipart images are available from VectorStock, Classroom Clipart, Openclipart and Dreamstime. Categories range from abstract to business, and types include illustrations and vectors. Some clipart requires users to create an account to access the images.Full Answer >
Greeting cards for Boss's Day might include humorous sentiments, words of admiration or expressions of appreciation delivered in online, printable or store-bought cards. More options include musical cards and cards from a group. One humorous e-card says, "I'd love to take you out for Boss's Day but I have to work late tonight" while a sentimental card says, "It takes a special kind of person to balance all the demands of being the boss. You do it so well."Full Answer >
The best way to praise a boss is to keep things succinct and stick to truthful statements. Something as simple as “I appreciate all the hard work you put in to keep things running” can be all it takes to get anyone in the workplace in a good mood. Overt embellishment or blatant falsehood may not work on many bosses.Full Answer >
BlueMountain.com, GreetingsIsland.com and AmericanGreetings.com offer free Boss's Day printable and electronic greeting cards. Select Search eCards or Search Printables from the BlueMountain.com search box options, enter "Boss's Day" and click the search icon. A membership is required, but the site offers a free seven-day trial as of 2015.Full Answer >