This sort of goes along with the thread about getting called back on the clock. I am the only responder on the preload shift besides the preload sup. Now everyday I am the only one that responds to spills and everyday he(the preload sup) tells me that I have to stay behind after the trucks are loaded to process them all through the DMP. Normally I dont mind staying but my class schedule changed and for me to make it to class ontime I have to leave work at 830 to make it to class by 900, but he isn't trying to hear it. He wants me to stay behind and process EVERYTHING. Well the other day I got a little mouthy with him and said "Well aren't you a responder too? Why am I the only one doing this?" and I got some remark like "Well I am your sup and I told you to". Well I also did some research and if the package is non hazardous or just needs to be rewrapped due to some wine or laundry detergent leaking on it the damage clerk can take care of it well she is a b-word and refuses to do it. So I told tried to sneak out after the trucks were loaded yesterday and he called me on my cell phone and left a message for me saying that he needed this stuff processed and could I come back to work. Ive missed 3 classes already staying behind doing this stuff and he never wants to help out. We damage alot of stuff on our slide and one box will leak out and onto 5 or 6 other boxes, combine that with 3-4 leakers a day and by the time the sort is done and the trucks are gone I have 15-16 boxes that need to be cleaned up and rewrapped. I don't want to seem like a whiner but I have my own stuff to worry about and unless UPS wants to reimburse me my tuition for dropping that class and devoting my time solely for them I am not going to stick around past 830. So my question to you ladies and gents, What can I do? Can he force me to work and clean up wine, mustard, and general purpose cleaner? Or should I keep telling him to do it himself (which he never does, it gets left for me to take care on the next day). Thanks for you time in reading this!