Hello everyone, I started as a casual driver this summer and today I was informed that some changes are going to be made to my routine. Let me just say I have now worked 36 days as a casual driver, with around 6 or 7 scratch performances. This morning, I was told I was not working today, and this afternoon, my supervisor informed that I will now be working Tuesday through Friday in my current center, and that I will have to work pre loads so he can train other casuals on my route, until the peak season hits, when I will have about 300 stops per day. Also, I will now be working Saturdays in a different center delivering Next Day Airs. So my questions are: 1. Is this good? Does this mean I performed as required through my 30 day trial? 2. Do Saturday NDA's have the same 10:30 am commit times? 3. Will I still receive the same pay rate as before if I am working preloard/ Saturday NDA's? 4. How many stops does a Saturday NDA route TYPICALLY have? 5. Is there "Scratch performances" for Saturday NDA's that I need to worry about? Thank you in advance for any questions you guys can answer. I am a little nervous about the Saturday NDA (Especially if scratch is involved), as I will be learning a whole new are that I have zero area knowledge of, and I was finally getting comfortable/confident with my regular route. I am sure the management understand and realize that I am new and going to be in a whole new area, I just want to be prepared.