The war with smart HVAC

I suppose it’s a great plan because there are certain uneven temperatures that are scientifically proven that help people stay more productive.

Due to the fact that the winter is almost over and spring will be starting soon, my office manager is looking into new ways and tactics where the people I was with and I can work more as a team.There was a lot of arguments throughout the office on the littlest things, which made it a super long Winter. There were men and women all over fighting with each other about who took whose dinner and who is taking their pens, why are people talking so loud on their phones, then it was all really catty stuff and legitimately elementary. There were quite a few days where I would just put my headphones in and not talk to anyone, then one of the biggest arguments between a group of co-workers was the heating and cooling system and the adjustments on the thermostat! Therefore to combat any possible heating and cooling complications, our office manager developed a survey questioning what types of temperatures we feel most comfortable and creative at. I suppose it’s a great plan because there are certain uneven temperatures that are scientifically proven that help people stay more productive. I have read online that the most productive temperature is 81.6 degrees. Some may say that this temperature is too cold however I suppose it’s perfect especially since it’s a great balance between warm and chilly. Not to mention this temperature falls in the energy saving spectrum as well. This temperature degree is a great point to bring up to the current office manager’s boss because I’m sure the entire supplier wants to save money on heating and cooling costs, but hopefully with this survey it will provide our office manager some clue as to what to set the thermostat being set to.

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