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I am a woman and have been with my current employer for 13 years. Like other companies there have been lots of changes and lay-offs. With all of our past lay-offs and shift changing it has always been by seniority. Now I find out that the man that I work with is going to keep working on 1st shift and I will be bumped to 2nd. I have 3 more years than he does. We do the exact same job. Is there anything I can do about this?  
   
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In many places, seniority is simply a curtosey, and not a law. Perhaps if you are unionised, you have some rights with the union. If not, and there is no legal requirement, then I don't think you have much choice but to accept it. It could get worse before it gets better. Keep all your options open.
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