I was at our monthly grievance panel yesterday and it was just a typical day. The company deadlocking everything as usual. Its become quite an expensive circus here over the last year or so. With all the pending arbitrations coming up over the next 3 months. And than a grievance gets heard that was filed by a driver for being intiimidated aand harassed during an OJS ride, which was his 11th in 5 months. The river was forced to take a 31 minute unch while other drivers in his center and throughout 705s area were allowed to take little to no lunch. The driver did take some lunch and when he was done eating he said lets go. Sup said no sit down until I tell you we are going back to work. The driver protested every couple of minutes. The sup said that his route has a lunch built in to it, keep in mind that lunch is 1 hour here. This drivers 15 minute pick up window was missed on pick ups and even pick ups themselves were closed. This is the sups 11th time riding with him, he should know this. Anyway, thats a small part of the story, the sup forced him to deliver the route different than edd making the driver work unsafe out of his power zone and deliver 5, 6 and 7000 shelves before his 1s and 2000s. And un top of it the sup urinated in a coffee cup in the back of the truck and than set it next to the drivers drink in his cup holder. This is where I would have inserted my foot in the sups ####$$%%#$%. The labor manager presenting the case said its true about the urine in the cup, its true that the driver did not deliver according to edd, and agreed that he was forced to sit at lunch and that pick ups were missed. You know the company said the grievance should be denied. And deadlocked it. The company is saying its ok to sups to treat us like this. How long do you think it will be before a driver gets sick of this and does something that can get him fired? I cannot believe what I witnessed yesterday, how long can Atlanta allow this kind of treatment to employees? Its obvious that the labor managers are under direct order not to settle any grievances at panel, why would that be? Atlanta, I trluy hope you get a grip on this before something bad happens, and if left like this under these working conditions we will see it sooner than later.