Thursday, January 23, 2014

Enterprises TV on How to Keep Employees Healthy

No one should have to work like this.

It is winter and all across the country cold and freezing air is chilling employees. – both outside and inside the office. So with that in mind, Enterprises TV thought we would share some ways to keep employees healthy.

Can anyone think of a good reason why the air conditioning is blowing on the staff when it is cold outside? Are there just a few people in the office who get overheated and insist that the air conditioning must be not only turned on but turned down?

People get sick in an office when it is cold outside and cold inside. They get sick when other employees come to work sick and spread germs through the air by coughing and sneezing without covering their mouths and noses.  Enterprises TV offers a few very simple ways to keep employees healthy – and happy:

  • Set office thermostats between 73 and 75 in cold months.
  • Remind workers to bring tissues to work and use them if they are sick and need to cough and sneeze at their desks.
  • Readjust air vents so they are not blowing directly on employees.

Healthy employees are happy employees. No one likes cold air blowing on their head (it can cause a wicked headache). Nor do they like having to bundle up at their desk (it constricts movement). Adjust thermostats to a comfortable temperature.

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