We've got a cover sup at my hub who is about to get grieved into next week. He covered for the PT sup last Friday and this Monday. On Monday I personally observed him working by pushing flow and I have a witness who was in the trailer with me. At the time, I didn't think much of it because an entire belt was shut down elsewhere in the hub and we were getting absolutely creamed. I was just glad somebody was doing it. And that would have been the end of that, except I heard him today bragging to my PT sup telling him he worked both Friday and Monday and "The guys just stared. Nobody said . I'm telling you, one of these days I'm gonna actually try to get grieved." And it's not like I was around the corner or up on a catwalk and I overheard them. I'm standing within arms reach of both of both of them while this is being said, trying to hand the sup a forbidden haz-mat. He obviously doesn't care so I decided I wanted to oblige him. Now, this cover sup hates pickoffs for some reason. He devotes the same amount of time and energy to trying to catch a pickoff being lazy as the badguy teacher in Ferris Buehler's Day Off spends trying to prove Ferris is faking being sick (The whole fricking movie). He'll even go up to the smalls department, which is on a raised platform in the middle of the hub, and just stand there looking at the pickoffs. So one of the pickoffs that I know is a 14 year employee and pretty much grieves sups for working weekly, I find him after work and I tell him what I heard the sups talking about and what I saw. And he tells me I need to grieve this guy and in the future, every time he works, we're going to get the whole belt to individually grieve him because he's so proud of never being grieved that it'd be nice for him to receive 10 in a week. Also had a corporate peon get mouthy with me later this same night, so that about made up my mind to grieve the guy. Now, not that a couple dollars really matters to me but do I get compensated for lost hours since a sup was taking hourly work? And The FT sup has given me a couple days off un-paid in the next couple weeks, while I attend a military function on the east coast. Can he take this away if I'm involved in a grievance filing and do I have any recourse if he does?