They do it all the time, and you usually let them. Here are some of the ways: 1. Review your check every week and make a copy of your timecard printout. You'd be surprised how many "errors" happen when stations are under 50 hour caps and you have 49:59 on your check when you know you worked more than that. I've caught many "errors" like this over the years. If you don't check, they'll screw you. 2. 28/29: Make sure you take them if you are in a state where they are required. Why do you think FedEx eliminated the need to code these? Why, so you'd forget and work for free and not take them. Take them....always. 3. 13/14: Never start your 13/14 until you are ready to lock and exit the vehicle. No paperwork, NOTHING after you hit that button. 4. Working through breaks: This equals free labor...Don't be this dumb. Plus, if you get a ticket or have an accident during your imaginary "13/14", you are gone...poof! 5. Station Celebrations/Events: If it is a work activity, you are on-the clock...period. No quasi-meetings or work discussions during BBQs, weenie roasts or the like. Just say no. 6. Marking "days off" that aren't really days off or not marking your 6th day. If your manager is asking you to do this, they are falsifying, and you are also falsifying. Turn your manager in and get them disciplined and/or fired. There's a real good chance you won't get your OT. Never trust, and always verify with FedEx. 7. Recorders: Maybe the biggest theft of them all. If you want to be a true idiot, sit and wait by the phone for your appointed time to call-in to get your modified start time. Forget the recorder BS, and just go in and punch-in at your regular time. Recorders are illegal in most states. Check your local laws. 8. Insurance: Don't let Anthem/GIGNA or anyone else rip you off by denying payment or coverage. Remember, since FedEx is self-insured they have a huge incentive to screw you over. Given our ridiculous co-pays, premiums, and deductibles, it is even worse than it sounds. Feel free to add to the list. I'm sure there are other ways I have missed. Don't give Ebenezer Smith a single penny.