Pulling an April Fool's Day prank in the office may not be such a bad idea after all, for it not only boosts staff morale but also cuts stress.
According to a report by executive jobsite TheLadders.co.uk, playing a prank on a colleague on this day can 'encourage creativity and teamwork'.
Some favourite pranks are unplugging a keyboard, moving the contents of a desk, and fibbing it's 'daft shirt day'.
'Anything goes and strict protocol takes a back seat. (A prank) gives the office a shared experience outside of the workload,' The Sun quoted Sarah Drew of TheLadders.co.uk, as saying.