I'm getting so tired of posting these things but I have no other form of help aside from my union stewarts who provide little to none. I've been having major issues with UPS since I started 3 years ago and I'm suprised i've lasted this long. [description on sort; 9 guys, 2 extra folks, new 21 year old sup, very small facility] #1 (I need to find out if there is and article besides prefered jobs) I started out as everyone in the trailer unloading preload and they moved me to spa which I found super comfortable and have been there ever since until 3 months back. They started moving us around every single day due to 1 worker whom I believe is over 50 years of age. He claims his arm and back started to hurt (no doc visit) As soon as he started doing this other job he claimed his shoulder started to hurt so he started to try and do the job I have been doing for 2 years straight( he's horrible at it). I know these jobs are not set jobs but my point is I've yet to see them move a loader around at all. They Don't see the reason.. I don't see the reason. I have to think there is some descrimination going on for when someone else says i don't want to do this job or if our older guys state they don't want to do something our sup gets soft and never deals with it. #2 (SUP caught in the act) I have private investigating experience and license under my belt and I've used it in the UPS facility to catch my Sup(s) working. I've yet to catch them all in the act but Everyone has seen them all simultaneously working for well over 30 min to and hour in the past. I recently caught 2 vids of my sup splitting our belt after he has been told to not touch 1 single thing. I will continue to sureveillance UPS because i am sick and tired of them inforcing rules on us when it is management getting away with everything. PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH UPS! #3 ( sent home for prefering to not do as instructed ) I came into work today and Was immediately told to load someones truck because a preloader did not want to So off the bat I jumped to no i'd rather unload the trailer. Then went right to I would prefer to unload twice after the broken record "no, do as i say" the sup went right to just go home. Not work or go home..Just go home. He sent me home so there is nothing on me aside from preferring to not do as directed. I never said No and thats it..my statements where no i prefer or would rather( I tried to reason for there where plenty of people there today under my seniorty and whome load a lot better) He stated He did not care. I've already gone through this exact issue with our last sup who was 18 at the time. #4 (people working on break) Our sup is claiming he has no power over anyone who comes in early or works on break..they can if they want to. I've been told no1 is allowed to due to not being on the clock if they where injured in the building that would look very bad. I'm unsure what article i could find that under. #5 (Dangerous trailers) I'm sure many are aware of trailers loading like nothing you have ever seen. We have been getting trailers so bad our sup has to take pics of it because walls fall on employees all the time. it is a matter of time before there is a law suit and someone looses there head. I've been taking my own pictures. I'm a pretty tough kid but from what i've been around these trailers will have falling tires from a top load. I've even been hit in the head a few times. If it happens again what can I do? I've thought of a grievance but since i'm told to revolve jobs as described in (#1) I must do it or else my sup will do what sups do. Write me up. Our safety guy does nothing. AT THIS TIME I don't really care for the negative comments and get over it replies. I'm looking for articles I can present to the sups in my defense. I want to end there little movement of micro management and get things back to how it was when I first started. Please contact me if there are any further questions thanks a lot guys I appreciate any help I can get! have a good 1.