Humor That Works Survey Results

importance of humor

In 2010, I created a survey to better understand the people visiting my site and their usage of humor at work. Since then, more than 700 people have responded, and here’s what they’ve said about humor in the workplace and more. Humor Related Questions 69% of respondents said that humor in the workplace was important… Read more

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Using Humor to Create Fun Surveys

add humor to survey

A survey is only as good as the responses it receives from the responders. One way to increase the number of survey responses is to use humor to make your surveys fun. You can easily do that in one of two ways: Adding humorous questions among your standard survey questions, or Asking your standard survey… Read more

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Humor That Works Survey

While researching an upcoming post on how to make fun surveys, I decided to create my own Humor That Works survey.  The goal of the survey is to capture some of your ideas and preferences to find out how I can provide more relevant content to you.  It also serves as a sample survey for… Read more

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$5000 or a Stranger’s Happiness?

Which do you think would make you happier, receiving a $5,000 pay raise or having a friend of a friend of a friend who is generally happy? According to a recent survey conducted at Harvard Medical School, the friend of a friend of a friend (aka someone you’ve never met) being happy increases the chance… Read more

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