My center is one of the ones that got rid of our customer counter, but still has to do damages, RTSes, etc, and the clerks that survived the purge were brought back as new Teamsters, so it's now a Teamster position. The one lady just put her 2 weeks in and they put a bid up, and I have almost 2 decades of seniority on the local sort and I'm not getting any younger. Can anybody think of any reason I shouldn't? All jobs are skilled under the new contract so I should keep my skilled dollar, correct? Plus, now that it's a Teamsters job and not the mechanics/clerks/carwashers/pilots union, even if they eliminate the job I'd just go back to the local sort, right? And If the sort starts early, I should still have a right to come in first and bump somebody to stay late after my clerk duties are done I would imagine... The job seems like a cake walk and a great way to spend my last 10 years until retirement, unless I'm missing something.