Here it is: If an employee bids a job that is a higher pay rate ... ( i.e. any circumstance -combo to driver, or even the .15cent night differential here in New England) At what point can an employee begin grieving for back pay lost because they were not moved onto the bid they chose? I.E. I bid in March 2007 and was never moved onto my bid. I bid again last month and still haven't been moved from the previous! It's really unbelievable to start with and there's no real recourse except "making waves". We all know UPS is not "by the books" when it comes to bids. They hide people under the rug if possible when it benefits them. Here in New England, with a new bi-annual bid moved from annual, the moves are being made but still unlikely to be entire completed by the June 15th deadline. Where and when do you begin to grieve for the lost pay? There doesn't seem to be any clear or standout contract language regarding this, either master or supplemental. If there is, please let myself and anyone else lost about this in the know! Any comments appreciated!