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Pick Your Pony: Most Employers Don’t Have Policies on Office Pools at Work, SHRM Poll Shows
Just in time for the upcoming Kentucky Derby and other Triple Crown races, SHRM’s poll, released today, found that 81 percent of surveyed organizations do not have written or unwritten policies about office pools in the workplace, an increase from 67 percent in 2010.
In addition, HR professionals see office pools having a positive impact on their workplaces. More than two-thirds (70 percent) noted a positive impact on relationship building, 64 percent mentioned promoting team building, and 54 percent said they increase employee engagement.
The poll − “The Use of Office Pools in the Workplace” − also discovered that most employers with policies use them to prohibit gambling in which money changes hands (70 percent), to notify employees of disciplinary action if they do not comply with the policy (69 percent) and to disallow any form of gambling at work (66 percent). Of those organizations with written or unwritten policies, only 7 percent have disciplined employees for not complying with their policies.
Other key findings include:
To read the full survey, visit: http://www.shrm.org/research. Follow SHRM Research on Twitter @SHRM_Research.
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