Adapting to my work environment creates so much drama due to my bipolar/adhd illness. It's the meds, mood swings, and depression of the illness, coupled with the inner struggle to be treated fairly, but not wanting to be a complainer, that ends up makeing me more depressed, moody, etc. The issues I have are normal, safety, and fairness of work. I've brought it to the attention of supervision, I worked in safety, I had to dump a filter that contained over 30 lbs of dust, because it has not been replaced like it should. I on my own contacted the manufacturer to inquire about frequency. A friend had missed a lot of time but did not know how many points she had acquired, I asked her how many times had she signed the paper. She replied none!! Once again fairness. A co worker got hurt they dont plan on replacing her Im expected to carry the load when every other shift has two people. Do I go to work thankful I have a job??????????
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