Our labels have been all over the place lately (more so than before lol), I'm just curious if shippers are doing something different that clashes with our system or if this happens elsewhere. It seems to happen more frequently when we cut routes. I ask because I'm having issues and want to know the right way to go about solving them. I had an on car supe and a center manager whine and yell at me and my loaders (I shot back today with evidence that it isn't my loaders messing up loads, but PAS) because his trucks arent loaded incorrectly before "getting the big picture" and looking at other possible problems. The loaders are following the PALs, not their fault its being PALed to all over the place. Not like they have this secret plan to suck on purpose (though its what they seem to believe). Almost no one above our level actually cares, they only care when something is wrong. When things are going well you never hear anything. And the standard cookie cutter BS answers I get when I try to care and ask why things are messed up are nothing but "things are changing", "It is what it is", "thats just the way it is" or "it will be more efficient, just wait" , "doesn't matter how it was, this is how it is". Pardon my language and feel free to censor me but thats bull. A bulk stop previously in the RDR and RDL sections (SSI accounts mind you) have no business being buried up front (they're PALed there) in 3 different (3000, 4000, 2000) places instead of the rear door stops that are now vacant. I had them loaded in the correct position (the on car supe told me later to move it anyway...even though it was done already) anyway. When they do that bulk stops resi's get put on the floor (!!?!) because their space is taken up by a place that was neatly contained in bulk positions before. Another truck has a bulk stop going to RDL and the 2000 section...???? My manager can come up with BS excuses for that until he's blue in the face but I will never go along with believing that THOSE changes are good ones. Especially when I have a center manager crying to me because of it. I am not the one he needs to talk to, I can't change it, I can suggest it, but ultimately, who will listen? The drivers see me taking PAL sequence numbers down and moving things to their correct position so they see I am trying to help them (and my loaders), but one person can't do it alone and I'm getting sick of valid concerns falling on deaf ears.