'Glitter bomb' | 3 April Fool's Day pranks that remote staff could play on co-workers

3 April Fool's Day pranks that remote staff could play on co-workers

Today marks April Fool’s Day, an annual day that sees people play practical jokes and hoaxes on one another, particularly in the workplace.

Back in the office, work pranks could have included things like spreading fake office news or putting salt instead of sugar in a colleague's hot drink.

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