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How Workplace Temperature Affects Productivity

Climate conflicts in the workplace can cause tension between co-workers, but also have a negative effect on an individual's productivity. A 2006 study concludes that temperature should be set between 69.8 degrees and 71.6 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal productivity in the workplace. Another study found that workers who were particularly cold in the workplace struggled on the job, making more mistakes, in turn, leading to a potential 10 percent spike in hourly labor costs.

To read more about why temperature affects our minds the way it does and the best temperature ranges for optimal productivity, click here. 

 

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