Okay me and another employee got hired the same day. I am a naturally nice person and I say hi to whoever speaks to me and if I know how to help a person I do so. I love my job and I know I am great at what I do and I was doing so by showing it. Yes, I may get chatty at times, (but who doesn't)? but I still do my job and very well. Okay, one time my supervisor has told me that she has seen me at the desk talking to another co-worker or something or another and then she made the comment: "Haven't you worked before"? Then time went on and the other employee who was hired the same day as me, my supervisor let her do some other work aside from her original job that she was hired to do (me and this other employee have the same type of job) and when I asked if I could do that, it was "no, here do this or do that" basically some insignificant type of stuff. Then she later came to me and said "I wasn't trying to be mean or trying to hold you back, but she (the other girl who was hired with me) has a leg up on you because of of her education status." And I told her that I understand that , but I know I can do more than what you're giving me and I am capable. And she said "You do know the term 'crawl before you walk' and then she even said that if someone comes to me for help, send them to someone else. She claims I talk a lot, when I see other employees talking way way more than I do and it is not even work related, yet she says nothing to them. And today, the girl who got hired with me, was in the supervisors office for like almost an hour while I was out there by myself doing the work. She comes out all smiles and I am not sure if this girl is the supervisor's 'pet' or what. I have two questions that I really need answers to today please. If you need additional information, let me know and I will provide it at the best of my ability. 1) According to what I have written, am I being singled out or is she playing favourites? Why or why not? 2) Should I sit down and have a talk with my supervisor about how I am feeling, and if so, how can I tell her without putting my job in jeopardy? Or should I just not bring it up at all and continue doing my job like I have been doing?