I'm an afternoon dispatch OMS at a center with about 86 drivers. Today, one of our drivers came back to the center with 20 missed pieces. Apparently he missed them because he broke off from delivering business stops to make his daily pick ups. However, I called in a driver to specifically make his pick ups so that he could continue to get the business stops off. What makes it worse is that I usually have to call in someone to make his p/us about 3-4 times a week (Which is another issue in itself). Apparently this was my fault because I failed to send him an ODS message confirming I had his p/us covered, even though we talked on the phone and I have never once sent a confirmation message via ODS while getting them covered before atleast 30 times. So now I've been instructed to do a write up on myself...which is also weird cause aren't write ups supposed to come from your supervisor? Ironically enough, this driver said over the phone that he was tired of being constantly overdispatched and "I'll show them to do it again to me". I shrugged this off because many drivers get angry at full-time management and usually vent to me via phone call. Should I be afraid that I might lose my job tomorrow morning?