when i was hired at ups i signed a contract that layed out how much i would be payed for the first 6 years of employment. according to that contract, at year 6 i would be earning $16 an hour. i am currently in year 7, and i am only earning $15.81, at year 6 it was $15.34. a 66 cent difference from what i should have been earning. which probably adds up to about 2+ weeks that i worked, last year alone, for free. during that time i talked to a couple of supervisors about it, both of whom brushed me off as soon as i brought it up. i recently complained to my new lead supervisor, and he actually followed through with it instead of shutting me up, but his answer after a few days was that my current rate of pay is correct. i asked him why there is a discrepancy between my "correct rate of pay" and what i was promised in the contract. he said he'd look into it... but i'm not anticipating him saying "you're right, here's a raise and here's all your money we owe you." are there other avenues that i can take to be compensated fairly? i'm a great employee, for 7 years i've consistantly gone above and beyond what is expected of me. in fact, above and beyond IS now what is expected of me. at this point i am just being taken advantage of, and as much as i'd hate it, i'll have to quit if i can't expect to be treated with some level of respect. any ideas?