The office can be one of the most nefarious hiding places for germs, so making sure steps are in place that can help mitigate the number of sick employees you have is an important part of keeping productivity high.

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Written by ebele
130 days ago

I didn't know switching the AC like that can affect the immune system. I just thought, at worst, it was annoying. I didn't know it can have an impact on one's health.

Thanks for the info.



Written by 27will
125 days ago

There are actually varying viewpoints on the effects of temperature on sickness, but from the reading I did while writing this, it seems that lower temperatures are correlated with sickness based on a possible compromise of the immune system.



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