Office Workplace Trivia Questions And Answers

Office Workplace Trivia Questions And Answers

Are you on the hunt for something fun and exciting to bring into your office? Workplace trivia questions and answers will not only improve the atmosphere in your workplace, it will also determine which of your colleagues are the most enthusiastic.

Below are a range of multiple choice questions that you can print off and hand out and followed below that are the question numbers with the correct answer – for only you to use! To keep your colleagues engaged, suggest a prize for the winner – such as an extended lunch – which should definitely improve their mood. And for the loser, you could suggest a forfeit for example, buying a round of drinks.

Round One

1. What percentage of school leavers and graduates believe that it is important to have fun at work?






2. During thinking, how much percentage of our brains do we use?






3. What country was paper invented in?


a. China

b. America

c. England

d. Japan

4. According to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs what is the final employees need after completing all of the others?


a. love/belonging

b. safety

c. self – actualisation

d. psychological needs

5. What percentage of workers believe having access to social media platforms helps them to be more productive?


a. 20%

b. 39%

c. 65%

d. 53%

Round Two

1. According to the “Mirror Online” what is the most annoying thing that colleagues do?


a. noisy eating

b. not washing mugs

c. noisy typers

d. ask about the weekend

2. Which company allows colleagues to bring their dog into the office?


a. Amazon

b. Ikea

c. Microsoft

d. Samsung

3. How many minutes a day does the average office worker spend looking for lost files and other items?


a. 20 minutes

b. 15 minutes

c. 50 minutes

d. 35 minutes

4. During an average day, how many miles does a typist’s fingers travel?


a. 6 miles

b. 3.5 miles

c. 12.6 miles

d. 9.7 miles

5. How often is the average manager interrupted?


a. every 20 minutes

b. every 8 minutes

c. every 17 minutes

d. every 40 minutes


Round One

1. C – 79% | 2. B – 35% | 3 .A – China | 4. C – self actualisation | 5. B – 39%

Round Two

1. B – not washing mugs | 2. A – Amazon | 3. C – 50 minutes | 4. C – 12.6 miles | 5. B – every 8 minutes


Some of these answers may come as a surprise to you and your colleagues such as the high rating of 79% of graduates believing it is important to have fun at work. However, it is essential that the atmosphere isn’t constantly focused and serious. This is because employees can easily lose focus which can result in a decrease in concentration and lack of morale, and consequently their work can suffer. It is important to maintain a balance between having fun and being concentrated in order to produce the best work possible.


The fact that managers are interrupted, on average, every 8 minutes can at first be viewed as a negative as it can result in a lack of focus on their work, especially if they are interrupted for something that another colleague is capable of doing. However, interruptions can also be seen as a positive as they are sometimes necessary to complete essential tasks cooperatively.


Workplace trivia questions and answers are an easy and helpful way to boost the morale and atmosphere in the office. Having fun in the workplace keep your office relaxed which will result in increased productivity as employees continue to enjoy their job.


Different Office Personalities Can Be The Reason For Lower Productivity


We know that breaks during the working day are important to keep morale and productivity high and having a relaxed atmosphere from time to time is essential in order to keep your staff motivated. Introducing fun trivia questions and answers and other games in the office is definitely an effective way to maintain a happy environment. However, if you still aren’t noticing any improvements within their work, it could be due to the layout and furniture in your office as it may not be ideal for each office worker’s personality.


By determining each individual personality in your office, it’ll help you to decide which furniture or equipment is ideal for each person and in turn, each employee will feel more comfortable and satisfied with their work space, resulting in a productivity increase.


For example, you may find that a majority of your employees are “go-getters”, meaning that they always like to be busy and are most of the time, not sat at their desk. Even though a loud and busy environment will work effectively for them, this may not be the case for the quieter colleagues of the group. Creative personalities tend to feel more comfortable working in quiet and spacious places with little distraction. To resolve this, having a more flexible office environment by introducing things such as quiet zones and desk screens, could be the key to higher productivity throughout your employees.


If you want to find a way to keep morale high in your office, simply click below and discover your office personalities and what they need in order to keep their productivity at a high standard.

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