I work a small preload sort in a small town. I am a very fast worker and it seems the rest of my co-workers are..well..not so quick and a bit older for that matter. I am literally depended on and taken for granted at times. Whenever our center falls behind I am basically sent in to take care of the problem. What are my rights here? I can scan very fast without flips, I can do a trailer with ****ty rollers (we don't have an extending arm) in around 35-40min. Our center is set up where the unloader and the 2 scanners are in the same area (very small). Today I decided to do our trailers, which is normal. Sometimes i'll do the bags as well or occasionally load a truck. Beginning of a work day and my 18 year old supervisor says hop over and scan. It's 4am so I shook my head no(I've been scanning for over a year).. "I'll do the trailer. This kid says scan or go home....???? I said peace!! can I get into trouble for this with my boss? He is the 1 who told me to leave, I wasn't refusing to do work, I only insisted I do the trailer. He is new and can't run our center correctly, being so young and arrogant. I'm sort of fed up with our management. When I scan I Over extend and my back is close to collapse a lot. since they know I'm quick they overload me and assume I can do it alone. when i'm in the trailer I get no help for the full 41/2 hours when others always get help NO JOKE. I know they take me for granted because they are sitting around drinking coffee and lounging like there on break. What am I entitled to do? I don't want anyone to feel sorry for me because I know other people have it worse but wouldn't this piss you off too??