I'm quite concerned about how ergonomic it is. This chair is not supporting my lumbar and this computer has a glare. I can't adjust my chair so that my monitor is at eye level either.
September 25th Rachel Carrington
Period One Mrs. McInnis
I'm sorry but this is your workstation. If you're not happy then you can leave!
How inconsiderate! It is quite prevalent that she does not have proper etiquette! I predict this job will not be easy, but I know my family is counting on me.
One hour later....
What are you doing out here?
Don't let me catch you out here again.
I know that it is important to take short breaks for five minutes every hour. I was getting some water and stretching.
I have diagnosed you with carpal tunnel syndrome. Your median nerve has been compressed because of repetitive movements without breaks. Carpal tunnel syndrome is an RSI. This may or may not be permanent but it would wise to get treatment right away. It has also come to my attention that your posture is not correct and your range of motion is limited at your workstation. If you return to work, I suggest you have an ergonomic chair, keyboard, mouse and monitor. Remember to check if your elbows and knees are at a ninety degree angle.
Thank you doctor! I now know I need to be proactive about my workstation in order to prevent further injuries.