I transfered to a station recently found out that the senior has a policy which requires all couriers to take their time cards with them on road. If he finds them anywhere in the stations he will throw them away and your SOL. His thinking behind it is if something goes wrong with your ppad then you can write the codes in on your time card. I can see his point, but at the same time I really dont like the thought of turning in a time card thats covered in dirt/dust...whats wrong with writing stuff on a piece of paper and coding them in when I rts? I dont know why this has struck a cord, but perhaps it has to do with coming in and being able to turn in ONE piece of paper thats actually still white, not to meantion on less thing I hafta worry about losing on the road. So my question is, how can the senior enforce something like this if it isnt in the policy manual, and if I did happen to leave my time card in my little cubby from force of habit and he chucks it what recourse would I have?