Embracing March Madness With Workplace Rules In Mind

Law360 (March 5, 2020, 3:22 PM EST) -- Every March during the annual NCAA men's college basketball tournament employers are faced with a decision of whether to confront or embrace March Madness. 

With nearly everyone having a mobile phone and 76%[1] of employees admitting to at least checking game scores during the tournament, it's next to impossible to ban March Madness from the workplace altogether. Thus, there is almost no choice for employers but to embrace (at least some of) the madness and provide voluntary fun activities that don't run afoul of workplace policies.

Some employers choose to make the tournament an enjoyable time for employees to blow off...

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