An annual holiday that most of us sorta-kinda-accidentally-on-purpose overlook is right around the corner: Boss's Day is Oct.17 this year. Whether you're working with the boss of your dreams or have been butting heads with upper management lately, this is a great opportunity to show your appreciation and put your best foot forward. If you've ever been a boss before, then you know that most bosses do a lot of hard work and get very little credit -- because they're the boss, after all.
What to buy for the boss who has everything? We've got our favorite "bossy" gifts broken down by boss-type categories:
He or she is a traditional good and average guy. They work hard, play hard, value their employees, but know how to give constructive criticism when needed. Show them you value him or her with a good, solid gift to fit their personality type.
Every conventional boss needs a card holder that shows just how strong and sturdy he or she really is. (Things Remembered, $26)
If your boss is truly traditional, then it's likely he or she likes to quote a lot of famous philosophers and businesspeople. Give them a paperweight that will prove you've been listening. (Uncommon Goods, $36)
Although this gift should technically go to the true greatest boss, traditional bosses will love this timeless gift just the same. (Amazon, $11)
All bosses love to golf, right? Grab this personalized golf desk set, and wrap it up for the superior who loves to hit the green. (Things Remembered, $35)
Traditional bosses love professional dress days. Show him you do too (sometimes) with a pair of personalized cuff links. (Etsy, $18)
He or she is a bit odd and perhaps seems like they've lost their marbles. Give in a bit this year, and gift something you know they'll truly get a kick out of, even if it's outside your comfort zone.
Bosses that have an eccentric side to them tend to come up with some pretty bizarre ideas to keep the team motivated. A wish dish is just what they need when looking for a crazy, outside-the-box idea for a one-on-one. (Uncommon Goods, $45)
The oddball boss tends to enjoy talking deep or spiritually, so give him or her some more material with this awesome book about life. (Anthropologie, $13)
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