This is probably a waste of time, do to what I believe an open and shut case for a part-timer. Here we go. Company stands by their premise that our top senior employee can be sent home after working 3.5 hours, where all lessor senior employee's receive roughly 4 to 5 hours. Company arguement is that workers are assigned work and once the work is complete, senior employee can not bump lessor senior employee's. This is crazy to me. Top man reports first, due to staggard start times, yet is not allowed to bump lessor senior employee's due to assigned work completion. New center manager. We have always been able to bump if someone is being sent home, if the lessor senior employee reaches their 3.5 hour guarantee. Manager states that lessor senior employee's report 2.5 hours later than senior man, therefor, they can not control the amount of hours less senior employee's receive. Have offered the later start time to senior employee. I have never heard a manager say they can not control hours worked. First for me. Are they not paid to manage. This is a carwash operation, much different than hub work, but I would assume that the senior employee should recieve most hours if wanted. The premise that once your assigned work is complete, you have no seniority rights sounds crazy to me. Heck, even if the senior employee took the later start time, the company could just change the assigments and he would be back in the same boat. What do you guys think?