We still have 5 drivers that are laid off from feeders and the bottom 10 guys are lucky to get 1 or 2 days a week. Today my phone was going crazy because apparently we are giving some of our trucks to a hub in Iowa. Our feeder supes took 2 out to Cach on Sunday, 1 on Monday, and 1 today. What a bunch of BS. If there isn't enough supervisor work to keep them busy, maybe they should look at cuts in supervision. We had 39 drivers laid off this winter and not 1 supe lost a day. How is that possible? Now we have guys setting home and supes doing feeder work? Unreal. Grievances will be flying this week. Hopefully, we can get someone paid. How can they even think this would fly? Mind boggling.