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Office Pulse by Captivate offers marketers timely analysis and insights from a proprietary panel of upscale professionals in the top markets. The Office Pulse panel of more than 8,000 influential consumers and business decision makers includes C-level executives, millennials, middle management, small business owners, working women and working moms.

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You May be Surprised at How Many People Have Crossed the Line With their ‘Work Spouse’

By Nicole Spector, NBC News

Bonding with work peers has always been an important part of office life, but employees are taking things to the next level. There is a growing tendency toward taking a “work spouse,” i.e., a colleague whom one confides in and deeply trusts.

Read more at NBC News

Are you crossing the line with your work spouse?

By Danielle Braff, Chicago Tribune

She’s the first person you look for when you step into the office, and the last person you see before you leave. You often eat lunch with each other, and you take coffee breaks together every chance you get.

Read more at the Chicago Tribune.

Here’s how much money companies will lose in productivity thanks to March Madness

By Emily Rella, AOL.com

March Madness is a time when even the most undedicated sports fans feel the need to bandwagon fan any and every basketball team.

Filling out brackets evokes a sense of competitiveness and comraderie amongst friends, family and even co-workers.

Read more at AOL Finance.

Digital signage series spotlights young entrepreneurs

By Digital Signage Today

Gentleman Jack Double Mellowed Tennessee Whiskey has teamed with Captivate, a location-based digital video network, to target entrepreneurs of legal drinking age at work, according to a press release from Captivate.

Read more at Digital Signage Today

Why The 2016 Olympics Are Bad News For US Employers

By Thomas Barrabi, Fox Business

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The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil are a time of excitement for sports fans around the world, but they’re also a multibillion-dollar drain for U.S. employers, according to research by Captivate Office Pulse.

A survey of 1,026 white-collar American business professionals found that 72% plan to watch at least a portion of the 2016 games, according to Captivate, a marketing and advertising firm. Overall, employees who sneak a peek at Olympic television coverage during the workday will cost employers an estimated $5.4 billion during the course of the games, which run into late August.

Read more at Fox Business

4,900 Medals and 6,000 Hours of TV: The Rio Olympics by the Numbers

By Diana Pearl, PEOPLE

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When it comes to sports, it doesn’t get much bigger than the Olympic games.

And with every Olympics comes a lot of stuff: athletes, stadiums, places for people to sleep, security, etc., etc., etc.

Reports from WalletHub and Captivate Office Pulse break down all this stuff – plus, how much it costs.

Read more at PEOPLE

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