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March Madness, Productivity Lost

MARCH MADNESS * PRODUCTIVITY LOST * 86 56% 84 30 11. 175 of employees will spend at least some time at work keeping track of the games, up from 81% last year. of employees to dedicate at least 1 hour of work during first two days of tournament to watching games/following scores. million employees will watch a game online during work hours. of bandwith can be consumed by a single user watching one video %/ on a T1 connection. of senior executives view march madness as a welcome distraction for employees. million dollars in productivity will be lost by employers during the first two days of the tournament. MARCH MADNESS WON'T BE THE ONLY CAUSE OF LOST PRODUCTIVITY. THE AVERAGE 650 hrs EMPLOYEE SPENDS ABOUT 650 HOURS (OR ROUGHLY 4 MONTHS!) EACH YEAR READING, SORTING AND RESPONDING TO EMAIL, MUCH OF WHICH IS IRRELEVANT. lcop > Video Library Yapmo Loop is designed to reduce email overload and is proven to give up to 15% time back to employees. Through the use of Yapmo, companies have reported a rise in efficiency and better collaboration, resulting in more productive employees and increased revenues. For more information, visit, email [email protected] or call us at (855) 488-3401.

March Madness, Productivity Lost

shared by Yapmo on Mar 20
March Madness starts tomorrow However, the tournament won't be the only cause of lost productivity over the next few weeks. Did you know the average employee spends about 650 hours (that's roughly 4 m...






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