The energy of March Madness is heating up in some Detroit workplaces.
ROSSETTI CFO Mike McGlynn said his firm fosters a "work hard, play hard" atmosphere because tournament time stirs up a lot of "fun chatter" in its office near Campus Martius. The architectural firm, whose portfolio comprises stadiums built around the world including Ford Field, hosts a tournament pool in which about a third of its 90-person workforce competes for bragging rights.
Employees are welcome to take 10-minute breaks to watch a game, said Maria Reetz, human resources manager at ROSSETTI.
"As architects, we do put in very long hours here, with some people working 10- or 11-hour days," she said. "If they take a break to keep them happy, then we are all in favor. An opportunity to step away really helps."
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