Safe, productive employees are important to any operation’s bottom line. However, engagement is more than a matter of attitude and work ethic. Environmental factors—like hot temperatures—reduce the energy, focus and passion employees can dedicate to their tasks. Sub-optimal conditions can also lead to injuries and employee turnover, sending tenured, high-performing employees into the arms of competitors.

Air movement and improved airflow combat heat, improve productivity and reduce workplace illness and injury in the toughest environments. Focusing on employee comfort can improve morale as much as a pay raise, and workplace improvements provided give employers a compelling advantage in recruiting qualified employees and keeping them engaged long-term in a competitive labor market.

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