Posts Tagged ‘March Madness’

College Basketball Playoff Activities Improve Employee Morale

Are sports-related celebrations in the office a win for workers and employers? In new research from global staffing firm Robert Half, 72 percent of senior managers said college basketball tournament activities have a positive impact on staff morale.

More than half of survey respondents (52 percent) also see

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March Madness in the Office: Still a Good Idea

Last March we reported on research findings suggesting that it’s actually good for employee morale and productivity to allow staff to enjoy the NCAA basketball tournament in the office. Further research doubles down on this conclusion.

This ongoing research is from staffing firm Robert Half.

Robert Half found that…

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March Madness in the Office

Last year, research from staffing firm Robert Half found that allowing employees to participate in March Madness college basketball activities at work can actually boost worker morale. Now, the firm is refining their suggestions with a new round of March Madness tips and guidelines.

It was certainly interesting to learn…

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It’s Official (Again): March Madness is Good for the Workplace!

Once again, it’s been proven that celebrating March Madness at work can be good for business. Tell your boss.

Last year, we reported on a survey — from staffing firm OfficeTeam – that polled senior managers on the impact of having employees follow the NCAA basketball tournament while at work.


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