Employees Mailing It In During March Madness

A new survey has found that the average employee in America wastes six hours of time during March Madness paying attention to the games instead of actually getting stuff done.

That works out to about 25 minutes each day during the tournament's 15 days of games, checking scores, peeking at highlights, looking at their brackets and talking to other employees about the games.

And, of course, the debate rages … Is it worth all that lost productivity to have employees bonding with each other and improving teamwork? (Fortune)


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