Hello everyone. If you have been reading my posts about supervisors working, then you know that management has been on my back for a while now. Today, they moved me to unload, even though I am a very accurate loader (no misloads in the past 3 weeks, and I have gone a year without misloads before). I did not care, since unload is easier anyways (management seems to think it is some kind of punishment). I thought it was just for the day. However, apparently it is permanent. At the end of the unload, I walked to a metro and helped some really backed up loaders load their trucks. At the end of the day, rather than thanking me, the full-time supervisor asked who me who told me to help the metro (even though they know I always help out when I have finished my work). I said that no one did. We went to my full-time supervisor, who said that from here on out I am to punch out as soon as unload is wrapped. It is obvious to me that they are cutting my hours in retaliation for filing grievances (and to keep me from filing supervisors working grievances, since I do not have much of a view from inside a trailer). I asked my steward if seniority cuts across job classifications, and he gave me an unclear answer. He did say that he will talk to the preload manager about it, and that it sounded like retaliation. I am going to file a grievance for retaliation, but I have a question. Does seniority cut across job classifications (like unloader and preloader)? I do not think that it is right that they can send me home before sending less senior employees home, regardless of job classification, and my best guess is that it is not allowed. Thanks in advance for any responses.