cause that would be sweet :nana2:
ah, ok. so it would only count in a tie. drats!It does to a degree, I don't know where the thread is and can probably search it out later, but there was a good thread about that a week or so ago I think. In a nutshell, if you arrive at your facility with 2 other people on the same day. Then the seniority goes to those with prior military first...and then I think there was some debate how it was decided if there was a "tie" between two people. Either they rotate seniority each year or a coin toss...dunno.
It counts toward how many hours of leave you will earn every pay period so it rewards you for something, just not seniority. Most likely you'll earn 6 hours per pay period instead of only 4 like all the non-prior gov't service people. By the way, buying back your military time is definitely worth it in the long run!cause that would be sweet :nana2:
Let's do an example:
Jack will have the seniority, because as it is written in the FAA/NATCA contract, if the Service Comp Date (SCD) is the same, they refer to military time, quote]
SCD counts military (actually all government time) ... FAA EOD is the time you started with the FAA.