Warning letter 1: I get an ODS pickup for a business often where the close time is 1600. They leave the pkg in the lobby and I've always picked it up around 1645 when I do the pickup next door. In the board, I type in the later time I'll get there so it says ETA > commit time and in comments I just say pkg left in lobby. I've done it this way for 3 years now without any trouble. This last time, the secretary didn't change the time, and another driver heard my oncar say "I have to write up my driver now for this" because he knew thats how it was done for this place and he can't write her up. They tell me now I have to override it, and call the center to have the time changed so they can resend it. I don't think this one is my fault. Warning letter 2: Coming back to the center, I missed an air pkg i was supposed to give to the air clerk (whatever it's called). Someone had to drive it to where the PM shuttle guy would get it. This letter said final warning. Yeah, I screwed up on that one. But final warning? I left one on the car maybe 2 years ago. The day I missed the air, I get a message in the board to show up 15 min before start for the next day. I asked why, and they said "per center manager". This freaked me out for the rest of the day trying to think what they could get me in trouble for. What's your guys opinions? In 5 years, I've had one warning letter for a misload when I was on preload. 2 in a week pisses me off especially for how much I help them out.