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WORKERS CAN'T STAND THE HEAT

October 17, 1991



HOUSTON

Being too hot in the office is the complaint most often made by employees to their facility managers in United States corporations, according to a survey by the International Facility Management Association.After being too hot, the top complaints were: 2) too cold in the office, 3) not enough storage or filing space, 4) poor janitorial services, in a tie with poor indoor air quality, 6) not enough conference rooms, 7) workstation/office is too small, 8) elevators are too slow, 9) parking is inadequate, 10) chairs are uncomfortable.

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