I originally started with UPS as a part-time loader in October 2008. Over the next three years I moved up through seasonal air driver, permanent air driver, and three seasons as a seasonal full-time driver. In May 2012 I moved out of state and although I did not get a transfer I quit and was rehired within just a few weeks. Although I started once again from the bottom as a loader, I moved up to a part-time supervisor and spent nearly a year and a half in that position. In November 2013 I resigned to stay at home with my two small children. Now due to divorce my children and I have moved back and I was rehired as an external seasonal full time driver in May and as of last week I have been made permanent. Now I know because of quitting and being rehired I've lost all seniority and I understand that, but my question is do they still look at all the hours of service I have been driving both part-time and full-time to count towards my pay progression (I have probably close to 15 months of service)? Or do I stay at $16.10 for 12 months? I've asked so many people and some people say yes, some people say no. I know I was always told that's what would happen should I go permanent, but that was prior to me resigning. If it makes any difference, I'm currently around 35 of my 40 day probationary.