THE AWWEFICE IS A PLACE WE CAN VENT ABOUT YOUR
Your Awwefice does not necessarily mean that you must be sitting in an Awwefice (office) in a building. Your Awwefice can be anywhere you work or do your thing!
My question is, why do some people think it’s OK to do personal things around me and I should be cool with it. As a female, I wonder sometimes if I’m over reacting to some things that my coworkers do. It’s easy to socialize here because we have to talk to each other about work and sometimes we tend to get a little silly and laid back in each other’s office. My main issue is one of the guys always seem to have to adjust himself when we have to meet, sometimes 2 or 3 times in ten minutes. I try not to notice and look away or pretend like I have to get something out of my desk. It’s not just around me, but everyone, male and female. Another coworker uses my doorway to scratch her back. It creeps me out because with her clothes rubbing against the door corner and her back it makes this crunchy noise. The worst had to be when one of them came in my office, took of her sandal and picked her toes. Can we agree that this is inappropriate at work? I’m so glad I found this group because I want to say something, but just don’t know how to without hurting feelings. Thanks yall!
The purpose of the Awwefice team is to communicate to our co-workers and friends, wherever they are to lighten the load of the workday stress.
Your Awwefice can be anywhere you work or do your thing! Almost everyone has an Awwefice, and the stuff you do there can be overwhelming, or you could be having a great time. Sometimes you just gotta get that extra stuff out of your system.
We want to offer help, conversation, a laugh and enjoy sharing experiences that sometimes make people feel alone or share good news related to their job.
The Awwefice was founded by Gwendolyn Smiley. With all the work experiences that she has been through she realized that while working on each of those jobs, people would make comments about the things that stressed them out about the job, why they hated the job, why they liked the job and their main purpose of doing the job.