I work at a bank. We all need to make sales quotas, and management rotates our duties to, supposedly, give everyone a chance to meet that quota. If we don't meet our monthly quota, we get written up. One of the duties, the drive-thru, statistically is where the least sales happen, and everyone knows it. My boss put me there for 6 months, my sales were low, and I kept getting written up. I complained to management, they took me off drive-thru, and my sales SOARED! Now, we have a new rotation system put in place by upper management after I complained. However, the lower supervisor put me back on the drive-thru, when it was NOT my turn. I asked why, she snapped and said "none of your business, it was a managerial decision." I feel targeted for complaining the 1st time. Do I have a case?
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