Just because April Fools’ Day is on Sunday this year doesn’t mean an office colleague won’t prank you, either before, on or after the special day.

And going digital apparently makes pranking easier. A survey of more than 400 managers and employees by legal compliance company Seyfarth Shaw at Work, a subsidiary of the law firm Seyfarth Shaw, found that online and social media-related April Fools’ jokes were the most common in the workplace.

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