When we talk about major sporting events, you have to understand World Cup football, Olympic Games, Euro football... We could also add Tour de France, Roland-Garros, F1 Grand Prix. To understand the scope of these events know that there were 26.1 million viewers in total before the 2018 World Cup final and the victory of the blues. Colossal! For this year 2022, we are lucky, we will have several major events. From 6 to 30 July, we will have the Women's Euro and from 21 November to 18 December the Football World Cup. While the women's event, which will take place in England with matches starting at 6pm or 9pm, does not pose a problem, the men's world version will have matches at 11am, 2pm, 5pm and 8pm! A real headache, but solutions exist.
First of all, you have to anticipate and plan a budget that will allow you to set up things that are, all in all, quite simple:
Organise meeting places during matches and hire TV screen(s) for the afternoon broadcast times so that you can gather during a match with your colleagues. However, it would be advisable to make arrangements so as not to disrupt the company's activities. As for the matches at the end of the day, an after work outside is also an excellent idea.
Creation of a prediction competition: The sports prediction competition takes direct account of the broadcasting of the matches. This is a perfect way to keep participants, especially football fans, on their toes. This will help to motivate staff to get together and discuss their predictions.
Involve the company in a social cause and mobilise your teams around a good cause. A competition allows you to raise funds for an action thanks to the good predictions of the employees.
Organise an award ceremony for the winners. The values and standards held by a company and its employees are very important. After all, it is they themselves who represent these virtues. Rewarding their achievements and successes is sure to boost your workforce.