Are March Madness festivities in the office a slam dunk? It depends on whom you ask, a new OfficeTeam survey suggests. Nearly one-third (32 percent) of managers interviewed felt NCAA basketball tournament activities shouldn’t be allowed in the workplace. Still, the majority of bosses are willing to play ball: Fifty-seven percent said group events tied to the playoffs are OK in moderation, and another 11 percent welcome them. Only one in five (20 percent) employees polled said they are distracted at work by the excitement surrounding major sports competitions.