Ok. So I work for this billion dollar corporation at their main call center. I've worked there for almost 4 years. I work 2nd shift. My dad is the 3rd shift supervisor. Now having family work together in the department is nothing unusual, there's like 5 or 6 other parent and child employees groups in the department. Now it's never been a problem when I worked OT or picked up some extra hours going into 3rd shift because my dad is not my direct supervisor. I do this somewhat frequently since I get paid more for working on 3rd shift hours. It's always been fair and I've never felt that I've been given special treatment. Suddenly they've gone and changed the rules so that I can no longer work at the same time as my dad when he is the sole supervisor. Also, I use the bathroom frequently, and they'd been giving me a hassle about it, so I offered to change my hours so that I can get two 10 minute breaks and a 30 minute break instead of the 20 minute break I get now. My request was denied because of this new rule change because I might have to work with my dad as the sole supervisor for half an hour some nights. Also, there is one woman on 1st shift whose mother is a 1st shift team leader, but there are 3 supervisors and 1 other team leader on 1st shift so the chance of her and her mother working together as sole supervisor are slim. She would also be able to work extra hours on either 2nd or 3rd shift. I on the other hand would only be able to pick up extra hours on 1st shift or on 3rd when my dad is not the sole supervisor (there's only 1 supervisor and 1 team leader on 3rd, so being the sole supervisor would happen frequently). As far as I know, nothing is being done about the non-supervisory parent-child teams that work together. I feel that I'm the one most affected by this rule change as I am no longer being given the same opportunities to work extra hours as the rest of my coworkers, and I feel discriminated against.