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Halloween decorations at work making me sick?

My co-worker brought old halloween decorations out of his basement and they are moldy/mildewing and smell really, really bad. They are making my nose burn, eyes red, head ache, and it’s difficult to breathe. Other people in the office noticed the bad smell and at least one other person is getting sick from it. What should I do!!?
The entire department is decorated with his crap, not just his cube, because there is a contest at our work. A few people came into work early this morning to do it. Most people don’t seem to mind, but I have asthma and alergies. I’m afraid that if I complain that I will be viewed as a huge party pooper. I very rarely call in sick, but I’m thinking about it.

3 Responses to Halloween decorations at work making me sick?

  • black_metal_mist says:

    ask him/ her politley to remove them cause they smell bad or are causing people to get allergies. or you can even offer to help clean them. you can also try spraying air freshners

  • linda s says:

    Tell your co-worker in the nicest way what is going on. This person may not be aware of what other people are smelling. Be honest and im sure it will be fine. If they refuse to take them down then do it yourself you do not have to subject yourself to the smell or getting sick over them.

  • pigcrazy92 says:

    I’d say politely confront them and tell them what’s going on. Maybe they don’t have problems with the smell or don’t realize what’s going on. Air freshener, spray, or candles might be able to help too. If it gets worse and you have to call in sick, I suggest telling your boss because otherwise you’re wasting a sick day. Good luck!

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