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Workplace Temperatures / Men vs. Women #1129582

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 02, 2018
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.

(New York: Nikki Batiste) The debate over men, women & temperatures in the workplace examined; details given from the social media debate. [In New York gubernatorial campaign Governor Andrew CUOMO, Cynthia NIXON - debate.] [Nixon adviser Rebecca KATZ††- comments on the room temperature.] [At Herald public relations firm, WOMAN, MAN; CBS Dr. Tara NaRULA††- comment on the issue.] A study finding that office temperatures are set based on a 1960s formula based on the metabolic rate of men cited. The thermostat battle at CBS News mentioned.

Quijano, Elaine;
Batiste, Nikki

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