Re: Client support, we've heard about it
But if your job suddenly requires you to do something, and you don't want to learn how to do it, there's nothing I can do about that, and it's not my job to try.
Ok, so your position is that anything the IT does to users' systems and workplaces is a users' problem to adjust to the best they could. Fair enough.
In this case, how about this scenario:
You are doing your job as an IT support person - and you are truly good and excellent at it. As most people do, you perform your job with your backside firmly in a comfly swivel chair.
I, as the company's ergonomics officer trying to encourage healthy posture at work, spend an entertaing and busy weekend replacing all the chairs in the IT department by stability balls.
Now come the questions:
Q1. Are you going to be mildly pissed at me for doing so?
Q2. Would you expect help and instruction for using your new backside supports?
Q3. Will you demand the pink and blue stability balls to be replaced with manly black and khaki versions?
Q4. All of the above?