Raynaud’s sufferers know all too well the discomfort of office temperatures that send chills down our spine – and through our fingers and toes! Now there’s scientific research that documents that low temperatures in offices (below 68 degrees) is correlated to significantly increased errors and low productivity when compared to when temperatures were warmer at 77 degrees.
What’s more, we’re less trusting of people when we’re cold. And that, too, has a negative effect on our ability to connect and interact effectively with co-workers. Here’s the full article in Fast Company.