The efforts the employer has offered so far – moving the employee’s desk by door, allowing the employee to work from home one day a week, cleaning the office bi-weekly – are nice but they have not solved the problem.
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My first day I walked into the office…and it was full of dogs.
I’m already on the strongest meds they give out, and they said as long as I “expose myself” to allergens, this will keep happening and might get worse over time.
I tried to work with my company to fix this: they put me in the far corner away from the majority of the pooches where I’m near a door I can prop open, they have a company that cleans bi-weekly and they let me work from home one day a week.
They have a dog-friendly office, which was never advertised or communicated during the hiring process. Within ten minutes of arriving at work, my eyes are red, itchy and watering, my nose stuffs up and I get a headache from my swollen sinuses. If I skip the meds, I break out in hives, start to wheeze and I run the risk of my throat swelling closed.
I went to my doctor who referred me to a specialist.
It’s been 2 months and while I love the work, love the company and love my coworkers…I’m miserable.
I’ve considered looking for a new job, but every job I’ve seen in my field has a “dog-friendly” office.
Donna suggests working with your doctor to see what she suggests: “If there are allergy shots or other medical solutions, great. If the doctor can come up with some reasonable accommodations you can ask for that would address your allergy, the employer has to either grant the accommodation, engage in the interactive process with your doctor and you to come up with an alternative accommodation, or demonstrate an undue hardship.