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  • Writer's pictureAhuva Gruen

Jokes at work

I’ve been seriously thinking about jokes at work: You’ve got to make sure everyone will find them funny.

Will anyone think the joke is rude or mean?

Will it make anyone feel sad or awkward?

Will the joke encourage people to work together?

Showing off our wit sure gets good feedback on the spot.

But we’ve got to make sure we’re not ruining the work environment for people.

Was there ever a time that a workmate cracked a joke that bothered you?

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