Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by goki, Dec 11, 2015.
I've been with ups 20 years part time. Does my seniority mean anything????
Sure, for part time vacation. Full time date means more, even if they've only been there a year. What's your gripe?
So 20yrs is only good for vacation? So what your saying is my hire date in 1995 means nothing?
After 20 years you have to ask questions like this?
It means u can start thinking about retiring.
you have high seniority if there are any full time or combo openings you should be around the top of the list, you should be able to bump lower seniority employees in preferred positions, depending on what supplement you're under you should have around 6 weeks vacation a year and will be around the first to pick them as well.
I think it means something. You didn't answer my question though.
It means you're probably the cranky old man of your sort. Every sort has one.
Haha, I'm only 38yrs young my friend. Started ups when I was 18....I don't have a gripe. I was just asking if part time seniority means anything anymore?
It means the same it's always meant.
Depends on what your question is in regards to 20 years. I have 14 years part time.
Combo employees have more seniority?
You should have seniority in your hub over a lot of people. Meaning you can't be bumped off your job by another part timer with less. The drivers can bump you because they need their 8 hours if they come back inside the building. However they usually don't go that high to where they have to bump someone off with 20 years in. Plus you can be on top of the list for any new driving bids when they take drivers. Unless it is an odd year and their pulling car washers or whatever.
I think full timers can always bump because they require 8 hours or full time work. Like I said if their bumping you off and you got 20 years then that is just odd. Usually they don't mess with people who have that much time in.
Not here. Full time drivers that bump back inside the building can only bump part timers with less company seniority.
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