So we have had about 10 new hires in the last few months and more than half have crashed vehicles in the first few weeks. Not to mention that most have no clue what they're doing. My question here is what has changed so dramatically to make this happen. I personally feel that they haven't been trained except basic use of the powerpad. They just throw them out there. "Make sure you take an hour lunch," with 30 stops over. Most think you just take out whats in the truck, and don't know what a 195 is. I think they aren't being given a chance to learn because of this big push on production. What say you? This peak for our station will be horrible. I see sitting pallets in the very near future.