I have worked at my job for 4 1/2 years. I was diagnosed with Fibro last June. I have always been complimented on what a great job I do. I had my evaluation today. First one since 2006- and was I floored! I had needs improvement in organization and ok I can deal with that and needs improvement productive she thinks I can be!!! The description of this is Amount of work done. Ability to produce results without much help. Effective use of time. Willing to put in extra hours to get the job done. Then she puts at the bottom for areas for improvement, Professionalism, Understanding and setting priorities, meeting deadlines, being productive, and organizing workspace. If I am nothing else I am professional! When I asked what she meant by that she said that it wasn't professional to have a microwave beanbag thing around my neck. Well I happen to agree with her to a point BUT it was the end of the fiscal year and I told her that I would have taken sick leave if it wasn't for the fact that the business office needed me to get my part of end of year done so that they could do theirs! My neck was having terrible spasms and it was so cold you could hang meat in my office!! I had my report ready to go though by June 30 and didn't hold anyone up! I also got upset because she said that your disease makes it hard for you and you don't always feel good... She said disease like I was a leper! She also said that I didn't look professional when I wore my tennis shoes. You know to keep from falling and when I wore jeans. The only time I have ever worn jeans is when we have dressdown friday or if I am going to be cleaning out cabinets, closets, etc. Meeting deadline... I can't remember not meeting a deadline. I am not saying that I am not stressed and working balls to the wall to make it but darn it..it gets done! I also have a problem with the fact that she put I am friendly. I probably have the best customer service of anyone in this organization. I understand that without our "customers" we don't have a job. Yes I am friendly and go out of my way to help the customers even if it has nothing to do with my job description. If they are lost I walk them to the appropriate office instead of just giving them verbal instructions. I think this mean a lot and makes my company look good. I just don't know what to do. I have cried all afternoon because it upset me so bad. All that did was make my back, neck, hips and knees start hurting. Has anyone had a similar thing happen? Thanks for letting me vent. My hubby is wonderful but he goes on the "Let's fix it" mode. You know, well is there a different department you can work, is there recourse that you can take, etc. Thanks everyone.