Non-union employee was offered work before I was

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Earlier today, I discovered that a non-union, peak, seasonal employee -- (he was recently hired and began work in early December 2019) was offered to work today and also last week on Christmas Eve, and I was not. (I've been there about a year and a half, and I'm a union pre-loader.)

Shouldn't have my seniority prevailed?
 

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Earlier today, I discovered that a non-union, peak, seasonal employee -- (he was recently hired and began work in early December 2019) was offered to work today and also last week on Christmas Eve, and I was not. (I've been there about a year and a half, and I'm a union pre-loader.)

Shouldn't have my seniority prevailed?
So you tell us instead of your shop steward? That's atrocious, I'll be looking into it.
 

Sweeper

Where’s the broom?
Earlier today, I discovered that a non-union, peak, seasonal employee -- (he was recently hired and began work in early December 2019) was offered to work today and also last week on Christmas Eve, and I was not. (I've been there about a year and a half, and I'm a union pre-loader.)

Shouldn't have my seniority prevailed?

So you tell us instead of your shop steward? That's atrocious, I'll be looking into it.

I will also look into this.
 

Jkloc420

Do you need an air compressor or tire gauge
Earlier today, I discovered that a non-union, peak, seasonal employee -- (he was recently hired and began work in early December 2019) was offered to work today and also last week on Christmas Eve, and I was not. (I've been there about a year and a half, and I'm a union pre-loader.)

Shouldn't have my seniority prevailed?
yes
 

MyTripisCut

“They” are coming for us.
Earlier today, I discovered that a non-union, peak, seasonal employee -- (he was recently hired and began work in early December 2019) was offered to work today and also last week on Christmas Eve, and I was not. (I've been there about a year and a half, and I'm a union pre-loader.)

Shouldn't have my seniority prevailed?
Grieve it! Get your pay. Don’t be a coward.
 
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