Our center has a full time driver who starts around 7AM to deliver EAM's and a bulk stop for a customer who requires an early delivery. All other EAM drivers (about 5) deliver only EAM's, are full time and the extra work was acquired by seniority. All of these drivers work about 55 hours each week. Lots of overtime, adds up to more than 20 grand extra annually. This bulk stop driver doesn't have the seniority outright if it was EAM's alone, the bulk stop at one time used to be part of his route, so that's how an attachment was formed. The driver also delivers the residual pieces with his regular package car that come in to the building after leaving with the early car. Well, routes change and over time this bulk stop location is no longer on his route, all other addresses in that area are serviced by another driver, except for that one stop. And the other driver wants that work. The other driver has more seniority and it is his delivery area. How do you think this will play out?