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Better Late Than Never

October 20, 2015

By Terri Edkins

LeoHe dislikes Hallmark-created holidays. But Boss’s Day originated in 1958 when Patricia Bays Haroski registered “National Boss’ Day” with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Hallmark didn’t come on board until 1979. I missed the actual day—October 16th—but it doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate everything he does as a manager. So happy belated boss’s day, boss! He’s out of town right now, headlining a big show for our annual sales kickoff. Break a leg Leo, as they say in the business! (Did I mention he dislikes clichés too?)



work joyce maroneyI don’t think she’s met a holiday she doesn’t like. Where he’s quiet and contemplative, she’s bigger than life! She’s the boss’s boss and everyone I know wants to work with her. And lucky me, I’ve been able to do it at more than one company.



Our team is very luck you have you both.  It sure makes coming to work easy!

A belated Happy Boss’s Day to you both!

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  1. October 20, 2015 10:41 am

    Thanks so much, Terri! It’s easy to lead such a talented, collaborative, and fun group of people!

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