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>work at a grocery store for a few years
>go over and above fairly often, get along with most
>get trained for supervision, as in handling all employees in my department, fielding angry customers, and keeping an eye on the store/helping where needed
>going fine, really enjoying it despite the stress
>suddenly find out I'm not getting a raise from my already-low wages by doing supervision, said no raise will come besides our yearly raise, and I'll get a cashier's raise ($.30)
Now, I make $.50 more than the cashiers due to working a cash office position too, but am I justified in being pissed? Supervision is stressful as hell, and frankly I feel used.
Should I just start looking for another job? Is it even worthwhile to make an ultimatum like "Unless I get supervisor pay for my supervision shifts, I won't do them" ? Any advice for handling it, or why I should/shouldn't be upset?