The first answer would be: why do you need a dosimeter if you don't go into radiation areas? If you don't use your dosimeter for more than one month please return it to the Dosimetry Service.
The technical explanation is that the dose that you read on the reader is the background compensated by 2.33 µSv/day since the attribution of your dosimeter. If you don't go into radiation areas you should read 0 mSv all the time, however your dosimeter is continuously registering a natural dose. This 2.33 µSv is a fixed mean value estimated for all CERN locations. But in reality the natural background is not the same everywhere within CERN's larger boundaries and it fluctuates from one place to another. Should the natural background be a little higher at your location, the value read is the part of the background that has not been compensated by the automatic subtraction of 2.33 µSv/day. The value increases because the read doses have been accumulated since the attribution of your dosimeter.
Should you read a value that unexpectedly increased by more than 0.2 mSv in one month, please contact the Dosimetry Service.