March Madness and Workplace Distractions

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash I’m not going to name names here, but two of the men in my family are obsessed with March Madness (I’m looking at you Kent State & UC). I am pretty sure I’m not going to be able to speak with them until April 9th, and maybe even later, so they can process, appreciate, and get over the drama of March Madness. This is like a 2nd Superbowl for sports folks, or for my wife and sister, the equivalent of the season finale of the Bachelor (and yes, Colton, I know you jumped the fence.) Now what happens when we put these people (like my family members) in their desks at work, when seemingly the most exciting thing of the year is taking place. Chances are your basketball enthusiasts are a) live streaming the games at their desks, b) have ESPN open for the play-by-plays, c) viewing their brackets after every single game, and d) speaking to other co-workers about it. Why am I writing about this on a Labor and…

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