There has been a lot of talk about seniority being building wide. I being a person at the bottom of the feeder list happen to agree with this. You guys with 20+ years in have earned that right to bid on the job that best suits you and your family's needs. That being said, the guys at the bottom have been getting screwed for years. What about the progression rate 4 years. Also health benefits having to work at least 1 day a week to have them for the week. What happened to equal pay for equal work? As there had been more people with 20+ years the rank and file screwed the new guys coming in to get higher top wage and better pension. So here is to you guy's especially the ones with 30+ years. As the multi employer pensions start to fail (central states) who will the burden fall on to make sure ups keeps making up the difference. Oh that's right it will be the guys with 15- years in. What's to stop us from selling you out. You didn't take the time to think of the new guys who had not started working there yet. Why should we think about the people who no longer work there.