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Banks in Denmark are handing out blankets to prepare employees for cooler offices

Banks in Denmark are handing out blankets to prepare employees for cooler offices

The Scandinavian country It maximizes the heating temperature in government buildings at 19 degrees Celsius, and has encouraged private companies to follow suit amid the threat of blackouts due to Europe’s energy crisis. According to a survey conducted by the local media FinansWatch Almost all major banks in Denmark followed suit and lowered the temperature.

At Arbejdernes Landsbank, Denmark’s sixth-largest lender, 1,800 employees were provided with blankets in case they caught a cold, spokesman Peter Froulund said. Denmark’s fifth largest bank, Spar Nord Bank, is providing its 1,600 employees with blankets, jackets and tops already in its branches and offices.

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