"Going Bridal" at Work
An article in our Sunday paper (by Tribune Media Services) talked about how workers become unproductive when they are planning a wedding. At the end of the article, it suggests that workers take vacation days to do the planning and vendor visits.
We have two employees currently "going bridal" and I wish they would take this advice to heart. They are not Bridezillas and do limit their phone calls to lunch and break times, but I think the whole department is distracted by all the planning. One of them polled her coworkers about which bridesmaids' dress to choose and the other has colleagues helping her do Google searches for her on flowers and DJs during lunch.
Don't think there is anything actionable. Any suggestions--or similar stories?