In Other News: March Madness Will Cost Companies $2.1 Billion . . . But It Makes Employees Feel Good

| March 14, 2017

A staffing firm called Challenger, Gray, and Christmas just released their annual report on how much money March Madness will cost companies in terms of lost productivity . . . and this year, the grand total is $2.1 BILLION.

But, on the bright side, they say it MIGHT be worth it . . . since March Madness office pools can boost morale and camaraderie, and that can lead to companies having a better shot at retaining their employees.

But if you want to set up an office pool, get on it . . . the tournament play-in games start today and the real bracket starts on Thursday.

(Hartford Business Journal)

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