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(Des Moines Register)   It's time for your annual "March Madness costs employers $1.2 billion; is it really worth having a big basketball tournament" article   (desmoinesregister.com) divider line 2
    More: Stupid, March Madness, Society for Human Resource Management, Challenger Gray & Christmas Inc., office pool, basketball, tournaments, employees  
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2014-03-20 09:59:30 AM  
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I, for one, can do with out the constant water cooler chatter, mutual masturbatory emails, and endless bracket chat that one must endure while attempting to get these TPS reports filed.
2014-03-20 09:45:27 AM  
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"However, at the end of the day, it is unlikely that a few days of March Madness distraction will impact the company's bottom line."

If it's costing employers 1.2B an hour but it doesn't impact their earnings, then someone else must be paying for it. They're sending someone else the bill. Do you know who? That's right. It's you. You're stealing from yourselves. I bet you don't feel so smug now. You could probably afford to eat real, delicious Cheetos instead of those generic cheeze puffs you buy by the bushel at Costco, if you quit stealing from yourself.
 
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