How firms can stop employees from trying to “catch ‘em all” in the office

Publication: Real Business
Wed 27th Jul 2016

Despite only being launched in the UK recently, Pokémon Go has swept the country into a frenzy with over half a million new players joining the app on the EE network on the first day alone. The app has had unprecedented levels of success in the US, Australia and New Zealand overtaking the likes of Facebook and Tinder in terms of its average daily usage.

One worker in New Zealand has even reportedly quit his job to play Pokémon Go full-time. With the app set to perform similarly in the UK, employers will need to aware of the potential risks that Pokémon Go and similar apps pose to employee relations…

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