Bring Your Manners To Work Day

The first Friday in September of each year is observed as Bring Your Manners to Work Day. It’s a day for people to polish up their social skills and make sure that we’re showing the people we work with the same respect we would show our friends or family members.

Far too often, people feel beat down at work, so they end up lashing out at their co-workers and that’s just not the thing to do. After all, many people will end up spending just as much time, if not more, with their co-workers as they do their own family, so we might as well all get along and play nice.

The History Of Bring Your Manners To Work Day

Unfortunately, we’re still on the lookout to find out who invented Bring Your Manners to Work Day. We’ve searched the annals of the World Wide Web and we simply can’t find out who created this holiday, why they created it, or when it was first observed.

Sure, we’ll keep looking for an answer to this holiday’s origin, but at this moment, it doesn’t appear that we’re going to get the answer we want.

Observing Bring Your Manners To Work Day

This is the perfect day for people to take a good hard look at their workplace etiquette and see where they can make improvements. It’s a day for people to make sure they’re using good manners and treating everyone with respect.

Of course, these actions are something that should extend beyond this holiday. It should be done all year long as well. And that’s something everyone needs to keep in mind.

While observing this holiday, people can take the time to encourage other people to be well-behaved at work by using the hashtag #BringYourMannersToWorkDay online. After all, we all should be a little nicer to one another, especially at work.

When is it?
This year (2024)
September 6 Friday
Next year (2025)
September 5 Friday
Last year (2023)
September 1 Friday
Work & Occupation