Any of you tell your employers of your treatment? I chose not to with the economic climate being what it is. Also, I work from home and do not have to see my co-workers or clients face to face very often. However, I can hardly make it through an 8 hour day. I usually need a nap during the day, can't concentrate, and I am just simply not motivated at all. I fear that my lack of performance may become notable at some point. Looking for input from those working and what their experience has been with their employers.
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