Employers' March Madness Dos And Don'ts Lineup

By Ben James (March 18, 2015, 2:22 PM EDT) -- This week's tipoff of the men's college basketball tournament begins a whirlwind of games that will produce a national champion, a spectacle guaranteed to captivate workers across the country. 

After employees stop tweaking their bracket picks and the tournament goes into full swing Thursday, they'll still be checking scores, watching games, celebrating victories and bemoaning defeats until a champion is crowned in April. That process can translate to benefits in terms of employee morale and cohesiveness, but it may also sap productivity, put added strain on employers' resources and even leave businesses open to legal liability.

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