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Talent10x: Should Superbowl Monday be a Holiday?

By Frank Kalman, Rick Bell

Feb. 2, 2018

In his last Talent10x podcast, Talent Economy Managing Editor Frank Kalman and Workforce’s Rick Bell discuss the lagging productivity and performance that happens on the Monday after the Super Bowl and if employers should consider giving employees the day off as a result. They also talk about Disney’s announced $1,000 bonus as a result of the new tax law and more.

Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunesStitcherGoogle Play or Tunein.

This podcast originally appeared on Workforce‘s sister publication, Talent Economy.

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