The air ducts need to be cleaned
These days it seems like every business is a franchise or affiliate of a much larger conglomerate, and I don’t know if it’s the best option for the employees or consumers, honestly. I understand why some companies with a broad range of locations centralize their operations to one headquarters, but I think it can be completely deleterious to the workers at most of the sites. See, it makes complete sense to have one set of administrators and facility coordinators located within one set establishment, rather than having the redundancy of several similar job positions existing across the nation, but I don’t know if they can address the needs of every single building this way. This is exactly how some businesses wind up with unbearable air temperature control settings which the employees must suffer through. When they move the temperature control devices to one central location and assign a singular heating and cooling program to every building it does not usually result in everyone being happy. The settings that may seem appropriate for a building in San Diego, for instance, would be very uncomfortable for an establishment in Chicago. Not all locations require the same level of heating and cooling, depending entirely on their surrounding climate. Some places don’t even routinely utilize both air conditioning and furnaces at all! Having some unseen administrator control the indoor air quality across the country seems like a huge pitfall of centralizing your operations, and probably leads to extreme employee dissatisfaction that could be avoided. I hope more franchises can give this important thermostat responsibility to their satellite locations themselves.