So funny as always! At least with a consistent temperature, there would be fewer complaints… or maybe I’m just wishfully hoping? Or perhaps just covering all required parts, would be common sense enough?
Unfortunately, personal temperature preferences vary so much that this can’t possibly work.
I once worked in a helpdesk which was adjacent to the datacenter. Late in the day, one of the analysts – a small, thin woman – decided she was too cold and shut off the air conditioning… for both the helpdesk and the datacenter.
This wasn’t discovered until several hours later as the temperatures in the datacenter were going up and nobody knew why the HVAC wasn’t kicking on, and of course Facilities had all gone home for the day.
Well, that’s certainly one way to put it
So surely you don’t even need to write this policy down: you just program it into the air conditioner and it will take care of itself.
I went to college in Houston. When it got down to 40, those of us from the south put on winter coats. My two friends from Minneapolis were still wearing shorts and t-shirts.
find that desk jockeys tend to get poor circulation and lack of exercise on top of acclimatising to warming temperatures.
This explains why my company has no dress code but keeps the temperature so cold that most people wear coats.
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