Find A Florist Logo
Find A Florist connects you with the most trusted local florists in the US and Canada
Search for a local florist
Ask A Florist
Local Florists Spotlight
Toms River Florist
Fair Oaks Florist
Union Florist
Sacramento Florist
Jonesboro Florist
Bethany Florist
Holday Flowers
Mothers Day Flowers
Fathers Day Flowers
Memorial Day
4th of July Flowers
Valentines Day Flower Delivery
Labor Day
Grandparents day
Thanksgiving Canadian
Bosses Day
Thanksgiving Flowers
Halloween Flowers
St Patrick's Day Flowers
New Years Flowers
Easter Flowers
Admin Professional Day
Seasonal Flowers
July Flowers
August Flowers
September Flowers
October Flowers
November Flowers
December Flowers
Summer Flowers
Fall Flowers
Winter Flowers
Spring Flowers
Gift Ideas
Anniversary Flowers
Birthday Flowers
Cheap Flowers
Get Well Flowers
Gift Baskets
Thank You Flowers
Decorate with Flowers
Fall Weddings
Winter Home Décor
Potpourri
10 Ways to Reuse Flower Vases
Cooking Edible Flowers
Send Flowers
Find A Florist
Florist Directory
Florist Searches
Flowers in a Vase
Local Florists
Order Flowers
Same Day Delivery
Send Flowers
Virtual Florist
Rearrange Boxed Flowers

Bosses Day Flowers

Boss's Day

Whether you have the best boss in the world or struggle to appreciate your boss’s management style, he or she holds the keys to your job satisfaction and career success. That’s why you need to send flowers for National Bosses Day. This gesture shows appreciation for the hard work your boss does to ensure you receive a regular paycheck and opportunity for advancement.

Patricia Bays Haroski understood the value of a boss. Of course, her boss was also her father in a Deerfield, Illinois State Farm Insurance Company office, but she wanted to celebrate his hard work and improve relations between employees and supervisors. According to timeanddate.com, she registered Bosses Day as October 16, her boss’s birthday, with the Chamber of Commerce in 1958. The day became an official holiday in 1962 and is celebrated around the world today.

How Can You Celebrate?

While almost any gift will be appreciated by your boss, flowers are one of the most meaningful, thoughtful and personalized gifts you can buy your boss. Popular floral selections for your boss include:
  • Cosmo – A delicate flower that symbolizes order and peace, two essential elements of a high quality work environment, it’s available in a variety of colors. One strain called the atrosanguineus emits a slightly chocolaty odor, thus eliminating the need to pair the flowers with candy.
  • Gerbera Daisy – Vibrant colors fill your boss’s desk with exuberance and geniality as an arrangement of these lovely flowers raises your boss’s spirits.
  • Lance-Leaved Goldenrod – Representing encouragement, thank you boss for spurring you on to greatness and support his or her leadership role when you order a bouquet of these wildflowers.
  • Pansies – Available in every color imaginable, they provide a light scent that fills the office with pleasantries and goodwill, just the sentiments you feel toward your boss.
Your boss deserves a token of appreciation, and nothing says thank you like a bouquet of flowers. Find the perfect arrangement then express your gratitude and appreciation to your boss on National Bosses Day.

Resources:
http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/us/boss-day
http://www.bls.gov/opub/ted/2000/Apr/wk4/art03.htm

Teleflora's
Be Happy Bouquet



T43-1A

Search for a local florist



Search by flower shop name