Thats the word from Mike Erwin, who recently did a prank survey for careerbuilder.com and is the companys self- proclaimed resident jokester.
He says that because April Fools Day is being held on a weekend, a lot of people are expecting to get pranked on Friday (Mar. 31).
However, he predicts the real workplace jokers will take advantage of that by coming in to the office over the weekend and laying plans for a Monday surprise.
Erwin says some of the more popular pranks this year include....
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