Is it your Boss's Birthday? Gifts for the Boss.

Is it your boss's birthday, 'tis the season to be jolly or has your workplace just experienced a major win? Grab your co-workers, we have a few tips for buying gifts for the boss.

Not all bosses are mean, demanding and scary - some deserve to be rewarded or thanked. Of course, every bodies relationship with their higher ups is different.

We have been lucky enough to have some inspiring and mentoring bosses, so it is important to think of a gift that shows our appreciation and gratitude.

It is important to be both practical and thoughtful. You will most likely be presenting this gift at the workplace, so take into account elevators and stairs if you are planning on something heavy or big. Do not forget about the weather if your office is the great outdoors - you do not want your gift soaked before you get a chance to give it.

Before splurging and buying them another golf or spa voucher, there are a few easy things to think about before purchasing the annual expected gift.

  1. What do they enjoy?

Surprise your boss by steering away from their hobbies. Appeal to some of their favourite things. If you know your boss is a craft beer fan then be sure to check out Hampers With Bite's Hampers with alcohol.

If your boss is often caught with their hand in the lunch room chocolate bowl then take a scroll through the chocolate hampers of Hampers With Bite.

  1. What is your price range?

It is important to keep in mind that people are not always impressed with expensive gifts. Just because it has multiple zeros does not necessarily mean it is what the recipient wants or needs.

Depending on how many co-workers are chipping in or going all out, your budget will vary. Not to worry - Hampers With Bite have a range from $36 onwards to ensure all bosses can be bought for.

  1. How well do you know them?

If none of the above suggestions are appealing and you feel that pre-made hampers will not hit the spot then why not make you own? Gather ideas from all the staff and create your own hamper.

This will ensure you stick to your budget and guarantee the boss will be thrilled. It also makes it a bit more personal and special when specific tastes have been catered for. The perfect way to say thanks or 'Happy Birthday'!

Nothing eases a tough work day like a few treats. Better yet they might even be willing to share!