“When determining whether a prank is a good idea on April Fools’ Day, employees should consider the worst case scenario of their joke. Will his or her joke simply result in a laugh from fellow co-workers? Or could anybody, including you, lose their job?”
While faking a resignation, gluing office supplies to the desk and covering someone’s cube in aluminum foil are among the most common office pranks, here are 10 of the most memorable pranks from this year’s survey
These are good, but our favorite: Put a ‘house for sale’ ad in the newspaper regarding a co-worker’s home.