Employers have mixed emotions about March Madness

03/11/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

Workers who spend 20 minutes a day distracted by March Madness -- such as filling out their brackets -- could cost employers up to $1.8 million in lost productivity in the college basketball tournament's first week, says John Challenger, president of Challenger, Gray and Christmas. Still, Spherion Staffing Service found that the tournament can have a positive effect on office camaraderie and morale.

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