April Fools' Day on the Job: Good, Bad and Ugly Pranks

Ah, April 1 -- day of cubicles covered with tinfoil, phones glued to their cradle and Photoshopped screensavers of co-workers walking into a jail cell or strip club. In this era of grim business news, you might think such an April Fools' Day joke is the perfect antidote. However, your boss may feel differently. A telephone survey conducted by staffing firm The Creative Group found that 68 percent of advertising and marketing executives polled regarded April Fools' pranks "unsuitable for...Full Story
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