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Feedback at 5:00: March Madness Brackets At Your Workplace

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The annual basketball bonanza known as March Madness is here.

You'll be able to watch the tournament beginning this week right here on 9&10 News.

Researchers say the college basketball tournament has many workers focusing on the games and brackets instead of their jobs.

Challenger, Gray and Christmas is a firm that helps people find jobs.

It says companies lose about $1.2 billion in productivity during the first week of the tournament.

But, the study also finds the tournament can also boost office morale.

Does your workplace take part? Are you signed up for a bracket challenge?

It's today's Feedback at 5:00.
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