Stephen Bumfrey hosts the popular War of the Workforce competition
The much loved competition - War Of The Workforce - can be heard on BBC Radio Norfolk's Afternoon Show.
BBC Radio Norfolk's Stephen Bumfrey oversees proceedings on weekdays, between 1 and 2pm.
Businesses from across Norfolk are invited to enter the competition, which sees them pit their wits against other companies from around the county.
If you want to enter your workplace into the competition, have a look at the rules and regulations.
1. The BBC Code of Conduct for competitions can be found at www.bbc.co.uk/competitioncode
2. The competition is open to all workforces in Norfolk except BBC employees and anyone connected with the competition. The Editor reserves the right to reject an application to take part based on suitability. Workforces will be deemed to be a minimum of four people.
3. Entry to the competition is by first applying to BBC Radio Norfolk's Afternoon Show calling telephone number 01603 617411 to the Afternoon Show office in normal office hours to apply to take part. Phone calls will be charged at the standard rate. Workforces can also apply by e-mail to email@example.com or via post to The Afternoon Show, BBC Radio Norfolk, The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich NR2 1BH.
5. The workforce will take part live on air on BBC Radio Norfolk for five days - Monday to Friday in one week and will be expected to answer questions of a wide ranging nature. A cumulative score will be added up over the week culminating in a total on Friday which will be added to a leader board of workforces' scores. If the workforce are unable to be contacted on any day they may be disqualified from the competition.
6. The prize consists of a trophy after the competition has run for a set time as agreed by the management of BBC Radio Norfolk, which will be awarded to the highest scoring workforce. Play off heats will be held if more than one workforce has identical scores.
7. The prize is as stated. There is no cash alternative and it is not transferable.
8. The BBC's decision as to the winner is final. No correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.
9. Entrants must agree to take part in any post-competition publicity.
10. The BBC reserves the right to cancel or alter or amend the competition at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, or if circumstances arise outside of its control.
11. If the winner is unable to be contacted the BBC reserves the right to either offer the prize to a runner up, or to re-offer the prize in any future BBC competition.
12. Prize winners agree to allow the use of their names and photographs for publicity purposes to be used in any media at the discretion of the BBC.