Patricia Bays Haroski registers Boss' Day in 1958 with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. She works at State Farm Insurance and chooses her father's birthday as the date.

She believed that bosses' work often goes unnoticed and wanted to express appreciation for them.

Hallmark Cards releases a Boss' Day card in 1979, making the holiday more popular.

In recent years, controversy has arisen as social and class awareness has grown.

The power difference between employees and employers is highlighted, and some argue against observing Boss' Day.

Suggestion that gift-giving in the workplace should benefit employees.

The debate revolves around recognizing bosses as individuals with responsibilities.

Boss day also tech us The importance of teamwork and cooperation between bosses and employees.