I've worked unload for about the past 8 months, and just a few weeks ago, we got a new full-time supervisor. A week and a half ago, the air belt full-time supervisor pulls me aside and pleads with me to come work for him. He tells me he'll get me trained, give me a good position, help me get promoted again, guaranteed hours, etc. It sounds enticing, and so I tell him sure. Now I come to find out, the final decision will be up to my full-time supervisor. The air belt full-timer remarked that the new full-timer unloader wasn't pleased that I was trying to get moved because he doesn't want to lose another good worker. This kind of got me thinking maybe I should stick in unload. I'm pretty sure my full-timer would cave in eventually and let me move, but now I'm not so sure I want to move. My number one goal right now is to get promoted again, but I don't know if changing position would have any effect on that. So what would you do in my case? Stick with unloading, which I'm not completely unhappy with right now and work with this new full-timer, or move on to the airbelt to work with someone who knows my intentions and wants to help me, and gain some new experience?