Audio Boom once dedicated a podcast to workplace motivation, claiming most jobs evoked boredom to a certain degree – a topic that has since quickly gained traction.
Besides your office probably being in need of a little fun, humour has been found to be a key to success as work.
Whether you're gullible and in need of guidance, or just fancy a good laugh, Real Business has brought together what we think are the best April Fools jokes from the world of business – and there are some crackers.
What would the Budget be without the gags that always seem to follow on Twitter? We'd surely only have been left with David Cameron's kitchen jokes (of which there were two) and a band of brothers reference made by George Osborne.
The City Grump suggests that we wouldn't dare make fun of authority, be it religious, nationalistic or in the workplace.
Get off to a failing start and end with a flaw, with the help of Jo Haigh's guide to not selling a business…
From Jamaican me Hungry to You Can Cook Puppies – here are the best and worst of business names.
In a study for Durham Business School, Dr Oliver Mallett found out that a bit too much humour at work can have tangible effects on business growth.
What’s the secret to landing big-name clients like British Airways, Barclays, Tesco, MTV and BP Castrol? Own a novelty t-shirt and party hard.