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WORKERS CAN'T STAND THE HEAT

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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