Russians tolerate jokes at work

Russians tolerate jokes at work


Every second working Russian (50%) considers jokes and practical jokes at work to be appropriate, showed survey service for finding high-paying jobs SuperJob. Almost two-thirds (63%) of respondents believe that humor helps the work process rather than hinders it. At the same time, only 13% of respondents admitted that they play jokes and pranks on their colleagues on April 1. Every tenth person (10%) decided to joke about managers. 15% of survey participants themselves became victims of pranks.

As the survey showed, men are more likely to play pranks on colleagues and become the butt of jokes themselves. Young Russians (under 34 years old) are more likely to joke with their colleagues, and employees over 45 years old are not afraid to prank their bosses.



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