According to a recent survey, 50% of the workforce says their working environment is too cold or too hot, with 1/3 saying the uncontrollable climate makes it hard to concentrate.

One Manhattan man told the Daily News the cubicle chills trigger his arthritis; "It affects by bones, so I keep a heater under my desk and wear a sweater all the time."It's terrible on my back and bad for my posture. It's an incredible inconvenience. The cold air seeps into you and it throws my concentration off." And reportedly the American Diabetes Association's office in Queens turns the air conditioning on in the winter to combat overheating!

Should companies start supplying their employees with office Snuggies?