I have noticed in the last 15 years (or more) that UPS supervisor/manager compensation apparently is no longer sufficient to support a family. As UPS cutback on management compensation, the number of management with side "jobs" increased dramatically. I don't think it is as prevalent in on-car sups but elsewhere, it seems it is very common now. The number of management working weekend or evening jobs or having an active interest in retail shops, restaurants, services, etc has grown exponentially in the last 15 years. Any observations or examples of this in your life or other management people you know? PS - I am aware that the Policy Book discourages this but people seem to sneer at the Policy Book these days and I'm not sure this policy was ever taken seriously.