Hello Everyone, I am currently working as a seasonal driver's helper and I realize that as a temporary position, the time that I dedicate to this job means nothing in terms of gaining seniority and I understand that I will be laid off at the end of the year. With this in mind, is it advisable to switch to being a non-seasonal part time package handler so that I can start building seniority and working towards membership in the union? I have an orientation scheduled this week for a part time package handler position (sunrise shift) and I'd truly like to hear what you guys think is the best path to follow. Also,I have been told that it is not unheard of for part time supervisors to be recruited from the ranks of the seasonal driver helpers. Is this correct? Do the hub managers and/or the human resources representatives take notice of the seasonal employees that are the hardest and most diligent workers and ask them to stay on, or are seasonal employees indiscriminately cast aside once peak is over regardless of their performance at work? I am working out of a hub in northern New Jersey. Thank you for your help.