So as the title states, I will be starting soon as a seasonal driver. Took the road test and did just fine. Vehicle seemed to have great handling and was pretty much what I was expecting. Will begin the training class in a few weeks. I'm aware that as a seasonal driver I will not be part of the Teamsters union and such but I have taken the time to learn and familiarize myself with it. I am curious to know all of your opinions on what this new contract could potentially mean for seasonal drivers getting hired off of the street? My friend who referred me for the position has went 3 for 3 with getting his friends hired as full time drivers off the street in the past year and a half at the hub. He seems to think there will be a good chance of a permanent full time position this time as well but the window is getting narrower when compared with recent years. After glancing over the contract I noticed that (x) amount of full time driver jobs need to be filled by means of recruiting part-time employees rather than looking to hire seasonal as full time. Now I'm sure the part-timers will like this as they have earned it but what does this mean for seasonals looking to become full time? My buddy told me that most indoor part-timers don't even want to drive.