So I was hired on at a medium-sized station after leaving my former ramp last summer. When I started, the big wave of old heads retiring was in full effect, opening up several routes. Management decided to "reorganize" the routes to condensed versions in an attempt to keep new hires at a minimum. As a result, I was trained on several routes and caught on to them quickly. I was thinking of using this to my advantage in the future when a swing driver job comes up. I have a set route--- sort of. When a driver is needed on a route, I'm usually the go-to. But lately I've been thinking... I'm doing the job of a swing driver, but only as a regular courier. Am I "getting got" by management? I feel as if I should be made a swing driver since I technically AM doing swing duties, which is supposed to include a buck and some change extra an hour. I'm fully aware of the infamous catch all "operational needs", but am I being thrown for a loop so management can save some cash? What do yall think?