Dirty work environment?

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Dirty work environment?

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
I have started a new job and the first thing I noticed right away was that there warehouse and general work are was an utter mess unlike anything I have ever seen. I almost walked out, it was that bad. Now, I know I will tiddy it up and make it better but would any one else on EF do the same thing or just walk out?
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I could never work in a dirty environment, no matter what I coud do to clean it up.
1  (4%)
I would still work there and clean up as much as I could so my OCD wouldn't freak out.
13  (57%)
I wouldn't care either way. It'sa job and if the pay is good, screw it!
3  (13%)
You poor, poor souls. I don't work, soooooo....it's not a problem for me. Got any change?
6  (26%)
Total votes: 23
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10/17/2012
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Kissy Kissy
I am ALWAYS the organizer at any job. I take it upon myself to clean, organize and then I am usually bored and quit.
10/17/2012
js250 js250
Is this an OSHA issue or is it just an untidy but safe workplace?

Untidy but safe, I would still work there and clean up on my breaks.
OSHA level unsafet--I would walk, after calling the rep.
10/17/2012
Alyxx Alyxx
I agree with js250. If its unsafe, I'd call OSHA and walk out. But it it was just dirty or messy, I'd just do my best to clean up and maybe say something to someone higher up to see about getting things more organized. A job is a job, I'll deal with dirty but not unsafe.
10/17/2012
EdenUser EdenUser
Not working atm.
10/17/2012
Boyfriend Boyfriend
I would work there and clean up a bit
10/17/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
I don't work, but I've cleaned up messy offices before when I inherited them. I also agree that if it's a safety issue you need to make some calls.
10/17/2012
Ex-prude Ex-prude
I left my job at Subway because my manager straight told me to not do some of the really important food safety and cleaning things. Totally disgusting.
10/17/2012
Lioncub Lioncub
I would try to stick it out and get it cleaned up hoping others would follow the example
10/17/2012
damnbul12 damnbul12
I would still work there and clean up as much as I could so my OCD wouldn't freak out.
10/17/2012
Bethy Cassatt Bethy Cassatt
I work in the back storage room of a library, and it's an absolute mess. But, well, that's part of the job!
10/17/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
I'd try and get things organized, and encourage other people to do the same. It's helped that I pointed out clean makes things easier for them to find things
10/18/2012
Allstars316 Allstars316
I would clean up and keep working
10/18/2012
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
I have started a new job and the first thing I noticed right away was that there warehouse and general work are was an utter mess unlike anything I have ever seen. I almost walked out, it was that bad. Now, I know I will tiddy it up and make it ...
If the pay was decent, I would just do my job, and then go home.
10/18/2012
Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
Is this an OSHA issue or is it just an untidy but safe workplace?

Untidy but safe, I would still work there and clean up on my breaks.
OSHA level unsafet--I would walk, after calling the rep.
I thought it was just a untidy issue till the owner said this..
"Yeah, I probably need to get all this stuff away from this door, seeing how it's our only fire exit."
I just stood there, shocked to say the least. But yesterday I cleared soem stuff out. Theres still a long way to go, but it makes my OCD happy.
10/18/2012
Total posts: 15
Unique posters: 14