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Since they control a third of our day every Monday to Friday, our bosses are a pretty integral part of our lives. Whether your boss doubles as your mentor and friend or terrifies the bejeezus out of you, finding them a gift to keep on their good side (and maybe help you snare that promotion) is your most important task come Christmas time. There are three types of presents you can give your boss: something personal (like a necklace they've mentioned liking), something useful (fancy office stationery, anyone?) or something quirky for their desk.
If you're not on super friendly terms with your boss (so if you can't pick their favourite colour or movie or have an inside joke that would make for a hilarious present) then the best bet is to go with something office-related because then every time they reach for a pencil or their stapler you'll be at the forefront of their mind. Basically getting your boss an awesome Christmas present is really the best thing you can do for your career.
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