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Tuesday, October 8th 2002

8:47 PM

Sir, with all due respect...

---Original Message---

From: Agent - Diva, Justice I.


Sent: Tue 10/08/2002 8:47 PM
To:   VP, HR - GOON LEGO
Cc:   DOI - GOON COCK
Subject: TYPING PROBLEMS

Dear GOON LEGO:

With all due respect, I must have been misunderstood. Yes, I am experiencing difficulties with my hands and wrists, but they are not posing a physical challenge to my work because I can write at great lengths. The problems with my wrists and hands are nothing but a minor case of carpal tunnel. The physician who pointed this out to me is not my General Practioner or a specialist in this area. I'm a Migrane suffer who's beenn under the care of a neurologist. When I went in for a recent followup appointment, he noticed a brace on my right wrist. We talked about it, and he said I'm doing the right thing. That's all what was said. I'm not getting or seeking treatment for it because it's a common condition.

In addition to a night brace and one that I wear during the day, I purchased Dragon Naturally Speaking software to give me somewhat a break from all the writing. All in all, no worries, everything is fine.

I'm not sure how this issue was communicated to you where you became involved sir. Actually, I'm quite surprised because I never filed a corporate grievance or complaint that articulated sucha a response. In retrospect, however, the only instance I recall that generated this matter, was when I inquired and expressed my thoughts on Non-Paid report writing as a means of labor. In my discussion, I provided several examples of its adverse affects, and possible solutions that could be implemented to make everyone happy. One example was...yes my hands, but nothing more.

In short, thanks for your feedback.

Justice I. Diva


---Original Message---

From: GOON LEGO

Sent:  Tue 10/08/2002 10:46 AM

To: Agent - Diva, Justice I.

Cc: DOI, GOON COCK

Dear Justice Diva,

I have just become aware that you are experiencing some physical challenges with typing of reports. I understand that you have recently been to the doctor for arm and wrist discomfort. We would be very interested in knowing the recommendations of your physician. If we can provide any type of ergonomic improvement or assistance such as wrist pads, arm supports, or remote keyboard which could help, please let me know. I can be contacted by email or at extension #1007.

Sincerely,

GOON LEGO

Vice President, Human Resources

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