The Internet was the most important event in workplace history over the past 90 years, according to our readers. Click the link above to read about all the topics in the Workforce Impact tournament.
And what about entertainment? Cinderella may not have made our tourney, but we still had a Cinderella story. Seinfeld won the Pop Culture tournament for best workplace-related Pop Culture topic. Click the link above to read about all the topics in the Pop Culture tournament.
And The Winners Are
The Internet and Seinfeld. The winner of the third-generation iPad is MJ Bakove of Santa Barbara, California. Congratulations, MJ!
To see the final results, click on the appropriate bracket below. Thanks for voting!
Read what our bracketologists thought would win. We have the HR Capitalist, himself, Kris Dunn; Ed Frauenheim, our savvy senior editor; and Todd Johnson, Workforce Management's perspicacious publisher, giving you their insight into the Workforce Impact bracket round by round. For the Pop Culture bracket, we've recruited Chuck Ross, the maven of media and managing director of TV Week, our sister site, to gab on the choices.
The HR Capitalist
Workforce Management asked Academy Award winner Luke Matheny what his picks would be in our Pop Culture bracket challenge. And here's what he chose.Read More »
How It Worked
Starting March 19, readers were asked to pick their favorite subjects by clicking on topics in the Workforce Impact and Pop Culture brackets.
The topics that got the most votes each period moved on to the next round. There were six rounds in all lasting two weeks each, and voting was done one round at a time.
Like a typical NCAA bracket, the first week there were 64 teams and 32 matchups. Two weeks later it went to 32 teams and 16 matchups, etc.
The subjects were chosen by Workforce Management editors and our readers for both brackets.View the results »
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