Analyzing the latest metrics, pouring over spreadsheets and personnel files, assessing the potential of team members. Another day at the office? Perhaps. But around this time of year, it’s just as likely to be your co-worker prepping for the fantasy football draft.
As fantasy sports and, more specifically, fantasy football continue to grow in popularity, so might the financial impact on the nation’s employers. However, one workplace authority says companies should not crack down on workers managing their teams at the office, but instead embrace the fantasy fanaticism.
The main action for the 2015 NCAA men’s basketball tournament gets underway Thursday, March 19, but the viral phenomenon known as March Madness officially sets in on Monday, March 16. That is when workers across the country begin clogging the company internet with efforts to craft a winning bracket for their workplace and non-workplace betting pools.