Should the day after the Super Bowl be a national holiday? | The Tylt

Should the day after the Super Bowl be a national holiday?

The Super Bowl is one of the most celebrated events in the United States, but some may regret a few game-day decisions once the work week starts. Whether fans celebrated or grieved too hard, many feel the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday. With an estimated $3 billion in lost productivity for employers, it is pointless to force employees to go to work. Still, adults should make adult decisions—like not overindulging in celebration. What do you think? 🏈

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The people want it. HR wants it. Politicians want it. It's time to make the day after the Super Bowl a national holiday.

With companies losing billions of dollars from workers calling in "sick," it's pointless to even open up shop. The Super Bowl is an annual celebration many Americans take part in. Expecting them to be productive the day after is unfair. The key to a good business is a happy and productive workforce.

If companies want happy workers, they should allow their employees to recover after a game that nearly a third of the United States watches. Let's make the day after the Super Bowl a federal holiday!

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Do people really want to take a day off after *watching* a game? That is new level lazy, folks. The Super Bowl is just a football game.

Just because people decided to make poor decisions regarding alcohol and food consumption doesn't mean they should not be held accountable. Maybe instead of having that extra greasy sausage or beverage, you could show a little self-control. Production shouldn't be sacrificed because of bad choices. Get off your butt and work.

Not only that, the government loses about $200 million a day on federal holidays. There is no way the government is sacrificing that because of football.

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Sports
Should the day after the Super Bowl be a national holiday?
#NationalRecoveryDay
A festive crown for the winner
#GameNotHoliday