UPS. Here's why. In our center as well as others, drivers have been getting terminated for a wide variety of reasons. I wrote in a different thread that UPS was also going to need 25k new hires not only due to attrition but because of firings. Our fellow co workers will not confide in us about their questionable delivering and driving habits. Only when UPS holds them liable by means of termination are we all made aware of such practices. In my two decades of service, my experience has been that drivers who get fired had some sort past behavior that they couldn't rein in. For example, tardiness, no-call no-shows,mile discrepancies and not being where they said they were. PAS has brought an end to the latter practice but some continue to try to act and drive as if it were 1989. Drivers are quite frankly, scared and intimidated when hearing of yet another teamster getting fired. They look at each other and ask "Am I next?". These terminations are holding water at panel, guys are not coming back and this is the sad part. Technology has made us better more productive workers and at the same time more accountable to UPS. We need to ask ourselves, better yet, I need to ask myself, What am I doing that can be seen by this company as being a termination offense? This is only one man's opinion. UPS currently has the upper hand on its employees but just with any tide or shift and pendulum, it can change direction at any time.