Rick Rock
August 28, 2022

Fantasy football is good for the office, say work-place experts, as long as it doesn't get out of hand. It can be a company tool that encourages a sense of community. Even at its worst, it gets everyone talking when they otherwise might have nothing else to say. Employers should avoid squashing employees' brief participation in fantasy football during work hours. The potential damage to morale and loyalty resulting from a fantasy football ban could be far worse than the loss of productivity caused by 10 minutes of online team management. Companies that not only allow workers to indulge in fantasy football but actually encourage it by organizing a company league are likely to see significant benefits.

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Aired Monday 10-03-22 in the 10:00am hour on The Mid-Day Show with Rick Rock. WIBBAGE 94.3
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