So, I keep my coffee in a tin on the top shelf of the fridge at work. It has to go on the top shelf as that is the only shelf with sufficient clearance. Most of the time it sits near the front of the shelf and slips out real nice.
The problem is sometimes it is forced towards the rear of the shelf as my selfish colleagues place their yoghurts and other bullshit at the front. Here's the real kicker, the size of my coffee tin is such that it can't be tipped and lifted over these other items, it has to be slid out, thus necessitating a clear route of exit WHICH DOES NOT EXIST.
What should I do? Is this something HR should be dealing with? I know some of you guys are pretty big hitters in the commercial world, do you have any advice? Last night I dreamt about snakes and I'm really worried this is related to the whole coffee tin situation.