Short answer, yes.Does the courier with the most seniority get the job? I was assuming this was the case. Two other couriers with more seniority than me applied, however my manager kept insisting I apply.
To the OP: are you talking about a route or a position? Are you currently PT or FT?
Fred's answer is pretty much the long and short of it, but someone with more years as a PT courier may have less seniority than a FT courier with less years (and a higher employee number).
McFeely, this is a part-time to full-time upgrade
It goes by cev score, does it not?
That’s why you apply for anything you want. You never know what’s going to happen. Worst that happens is you don’t get it.Found out I have the full-time upgrade. The guy in front of me ended up not taking it, and I had a few weeks seniority over the other guy who applied.
When I bid on my route, not a single courier in the station bid on it. Too many at my station whine about something (or everything) on their route, but nobody has the balls to take on a new route. Hell, even the swings piss and moan everyday about their situation but none of them ever bid to be a regular FT courier.