The woman doesn’t suppose covid is actually a threat so she doesn’t actually care if the air cleaner works or not
When most people came back to the office after the first quarantine, things were vastly odd and a little hectic. We have to go through a temperature checkpoint every morning now and that is going to help keep all of the employees safe. We also have indoor air cleaners in every part of the office. On the third floor where I work, there is a single air cleaner at the front door to the office and another cleaner near the copy room. My desk is close to the copy room, so I can see and hear the air cleaner everyday. Lately, the air cleaner has been working on and off. I know the air cleaner is having troubles, because it beeps wherever there is an error message on the screen. The beeping used to occur every once in a while, but now the error messages are occurring more frequently and the device is consistently beeping every five hours. I told our boss that the two of us should check on the machine, but she did not take me unquestionably seriously. I wanted him to call a repair service or the corporation that brought us the rental, but she just shrugged her shoulders. The woman doesn’t suppose covid is actually a threat so she doesn’t actually care if the air cleaner works or not. I suppose that puts most people in a unquestionably dangerous position. If the two of us get sick at work because the air cleaner doesn’t work, then the two of us might be able to sue the corporate office for putting us in danger. If the boss thought about that, perhaps she would change her mind about the service request.