Boss S Day

October 15, 2010 by USA Post 

Boss S Day, Today is National Boss Day. Usually celebrated on October 16, today is the feast because the date falls on a weekend.

Cards, balloons and gifts are often given to acknowledge receipt of your boss. Some of you may roll your eyes at the idea of doing something nice for your boss, and others may be very anxious to do something special for their own.

If you feel like your boss is out for him or he is rooting in your corner, here are some qualities that make a great boss. See if yours can be one of them.

• Macromanager versus micromanager: American Express micromanagement listed as a big no-no when it comes to being a great boss. As a boss, you are hiring, so you have to trust the fact that you hired someone who will do the job – no matter how they do.

• Characters: On every job site, this is a great feature. Employees want their bosses to be affordable. According to a boss who is their availability and made the acquaintance of their employees is appreciated. Their workers are more productive and engaged in their work accordingly.

• Teamwork: a boss who is willing to help do the job is important. It shows their employees that they consider themselves above all others. The International Business Times told employees the value of a boss who is a team player, and 88 percent of them believe that is what makes a good boss.

• Offer Perks: patterns of Fortune magazine listed their competitor’s best bosses, and all winners offered special benefits to their employees. Co-founder and CEO of Rackspace Managed Hosting, Graham Weston, gives his top employees performing the keys to his BMW for the week as an advantage.

• Coach and teaching: A boss is someone who continually teaches their employees so they could move to the next level. It is not just about the work either. Lessons of life are too precious. In addition, said this boss will also admit when he does not know something and is willing to teach him.

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