Hey, Today I became the most senior person on my belt, which is the smallest in a small facility. We're now just a 3-man team and we have 3 different trailers. I've been working on the belt and for UPS since May, the 2nd guy has been there for a few weeks and the third guy is a new hire. I have worked in the 2 most important trailers, IN (a drop-frame) and IL, for 2 months each. I know all of the sort zip codes and haven't had a misload in awhile. In IN I did have a minor problem missing audits on my scanning that my FT supe addressed with me. The second guy has only worked in IL and has never been in the IN trailer to scan and load. Last week I was being trained to be the pick-off. My supervisor did not have me take the sort test, but said I'd do it Monday. Then on Monday, he said "I changed my mind." That me off because I wanted the extra 1$ raise (as well as being pickoff which is easier) but I didn't pursue it further or say anything else. Today, he trained the 2nd guy in seniority on how to pick-off and I overheard him telling this guy at the end of the night that he is to arrive 15 minutes early tomorrow in order to take the sort test so he can pickoff. "you get an extra dollar." he said. As this guy left he took check-charts so he could 'study' for it since he doesnt know the zip codes for 2 of the 3 trailers. I am not sure why my supervisor is allowing someone to jump over me to a preferred position when I have clearly demonstrated that I have more experience, production and also quality in my loading. I need the 1$ raise and he has refused to administer the sort test when I obviously could easily pass it and is giving it to someone who has been there less than a month. Can anyone entertain reasoning for this management decision? I intend to confront him about it tomorrow, I don't want to be held back from what I consider a more advanced position.