If you are in an office with multiple zone controllers you can centrally set the temperature and then lock off the function of all local area control panels.
Ask the tech end of your operation if that is the case.
This. If you have multiple thermostats in one large office make it so they are all set at the same temperature and speed. The temperature in our office is so much more stable and therefore tolerable now they’re locked out. Yes 23C is way warmer than I’d like but at it ok and doesn’t get any warmer. Previously it would be all over the shot.
I’ve managed to come to a compromise, if they get too cold, turn off the air conditioning, if I get too warm, I turn it on. Seems to work reasonably well, particularly now that they’ve been trained into to stopping asking if they can turn it off, just do it already! It’s off and on a few times a day, but it’s a happy medium.
A desktop fan in yer face is still required though to allow them a bit of leeway..
Not to mention the numpties who go into a meeting room that’s “too cold” and adjust the thermostat to sun-surface levels in the belief that it will make the room heat up quicker. Umm. No. It will heat up at the same speed, and it just means that later on people using the room will encounter a fiery furnace. (Which will probably prompt them to set the thermostat to absolute zero, and thus the circle of stupidity is complete.)