National Boss's Day was registered as a holiday with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in 1958. Patricia Bays Haroski created the holiday in honor of her father, who was also her employer. She wanted a way to improve office relationships between supervisors and their employees as well as raise cognizance to all the hard work bosses put into their jobs. Knowing first hand what her father put into his job to make a company run smoothly, she set out to change the viewpoint of many younger employees whom she felt didn't appreciate their bosses hard work. With the support of Illinois Governor Otto Kerner the day officially became a national holiday in 1962.
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