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Study Shows Freezing Office Temperatures Affect Women's Productivity

Do you often hear your colleagues complain that the office is too cold or that they have to bundle up? A new study shows that women are more productive when their surrounding temperatures are higher.
As the battle for the thermostat is being waged in offices and homes across the U.S., a new study shows that women perform better in certain areas when the temperature is higher. Source: Neil Webb

Maybe you know colleagues who keep a sweater or a blanket at their desks to stay warm as the air conditioning tries to ice them out. Alternatively, maybe you have a co-worker who always comments on how

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