According to the latest survey to be released, unbelievably air conditioning that is turned up too high over the summer is triggering the most rows between office workers.
Three quarters of those questioned said the chilly atmosphere leads to arguments over what the ideal temperature should be, with 90% moaning their office is too cold and some even saying the icy conditions make them less productive! Add into that 47% believing air conditioning spreads illness, 68% per cent saying they would prefer fresh air instead, but, proving that British workers are extremely difficult to please, 61% of the 1,200 surveyed said being too hot at work was worse than being too cold!
It has to be said that the air-conditioning is a pretty contentious subject at Sellick Partnership, with some members of staff (ahem.. Anna Gibbons… ) preferring a continous icy stream even in the winter months, with some others (i.e everyone else), preferring a combination of air conditioning when its actually hot and just an occassional open window at other times.
So what do you think? Are you one of the three quarters of us are that are suffering "air con rage” or are there for more important things to argue over in your office?