Still helper monkeying at the RV lot. No more issues with superjesusman. But as summer comes and work picks up I've noticed a trend with my boss man that in my first year I assumed was just common.
I was hired as a helper monkey. To do a little of everything, from helping hold things for mechanics to cleaning to driving the forklift.
I mentioned in my interview I had worked in the school shop so while I might not know everything I knew enough to follow orders.
But boss man has a habit of walking into our area and pulling guys off of their tasks to do these things instead of the available me.
Like I am sitting there bored out of my skull. Or I'll even ask him if task x needs completed and he will tell me he will have Newguy do it when Newguy's list is full.
I think he is preemptively cutting my tasks because of my disability and gender and its starting to irk me a bit. I mean that is something I have to deal with, being an amputee, people underestimate me often when they mean well. But why wait 2 hrs for Newguy to get around to moving the giant box of parts when if he just gave me the keys I could get the handcart and move it myself?
Oh and Newguy who's worked here a month? Already has a full set of keys. I've worked here 2 years and nothing.
How should I approach this to him? Without sounding accusatory of him being discriminatory I mean.