Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Peon, Oct 26, 2015.
When does classification seniority come-in to play vs. building senority? Please give examples.
Full time classification seniority would trump building seniority.
If you give more information on what you are trying to get answer to people can help easier
Part timer hired in 2000. Goes f/t in 2010. Off street f/t hired in 2005. Off street has more classification seniority. The other has building.
22-3 and 22-2. Open first to employees within the classification, then outside.
Building seniority is only going to give you more vacation time. FT seniority rules when bidding other jobs...
For example: If a part-time air driver gained classification senority before a combo air driver, can the combo air driver take the pt air driver's work?
Combo air driver=full time
In general, full time seniority beats part time (regardless of actual seniority dates).
So in your example; the answer is probably yes, the combo air driver can "take the pt air driver's work".
Are you talking about Sat. air?
I thought part time air driving (letter boxes, airport) wasn't allowed under art.40 - it has to be attached to a full-time job.
Art. 40 allows PT Air Driving.
Ok so if Saturday is your normal day you have the right to work over combo air drivers right?
Ok thanks. In our building we have alot of people who argue over Saturday work. It makes for a tense day.
Only people who argue about Saturday Air in my building are the ones forced to work it.
We have some here who argue over everything and I mean everything. Every stop and all the extra work.
Guys trying to pawn their stops off so they will have time for breakfast? We have a couple guys like that but for the most part we all work together.
No more so combos fighting w part time air drivers on who gets pickups and extra work. Its more about greed than anything else. Throwing each other the bus. The rest of us work together but you always have a few bad apples in every group it seems.
There's a bunch of m-f full timers will do anything for that sixth punch. Part timers love it. They don't have to drive and get closer to full scale.
Ya we have fulltimers like that too but we also have alot of Saturday guys who are at full scale who want to drive. So there is alwaysssss drama.
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