Hi there. To keep it short, I work at a very small center (we load 7 trailers a night, around 7000 pieces avg). My position is a scanner on the belt, which I realize is not skilled. However, I am the first trailer on the belt, the other 6 are about 100m in down, and I am required to split the belt for all the other trailers, flip labels, pull smalls, totes, and bags and break all jams that occur. I recently confronted mgmt about filing a grievance over fueling, they told me fueling was not a bid job, but that it was skilled labor and they would have to ask based on seniority... Ok, but in the same breath they said my job was skilled, and I couldn't go fuel during the sort based on there is no one else that can do or wants to do my Dr appt position. Then they told me it's also not eligible for a raise either. Im really confused, I don't trust our union or mgmt because they are all good friends.... What can I do? Is there a definition of skilled labor or a national list of all bid and or skilled positions so I can have something factual to base my complaints on. I'm also conflicted about this fueling bs they keep feeding me. I signed a bid sheet last year for fueling, the sheet was taken down the same night because of a typo, lost and never reposted...the position was given to an employee close to the bottom of the list that is friends with mgmt also. Thing is, this has happened 3 times in my 6 years at this center. Oh.., what to do?