A warm, damp, and humid office building

There is the faintest smell of mildew developing and I don’t think it’s my imagination! It’s getting to the point where I really think I’m going to take the problem up with management if no one else steps up to do so.

It’s been raining almost non-stop for the past two weeks around here. It’s really starting to put a damper on my mood, no pun intended. It just makes me want to hide away in my home, but alas, I have a job and I have to commute there everyday. Sometimes it’s so wet outside that I end up wearing old tennis shoes until I get into the office. That way, the mud and the puddles don’t get my nice shoes all messed up as I make my way from the parking lot to the office. My home has a pretty decent air conditioner and I always have a dehumidifier on hand for particularly humid days. It’s cool and dry in my home, so I really wouldn’t have a problem with the rain if I could spend most of my time there. My office building is another story. Our air conditioning unit is subpar at best. Also, we most certainly do not have a dehumidifier. Thus, it always feels warm, moist, and muggy in that office. There is the faintest smell of mildew developing and I don’t think it’s my imagination! It’s getting to the point where I really think I’m going to take the problem up with management if no one else steps up to do so. We need to get a new air conditioning unit fixed and we could really do with a dehumidifier. I have a hard time believing that our company doesn’t make enough money to address these issues. They should invest in the comfort of their employees.

 

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