So it’s clear to me that bonus is a scam and if you get caught in the trap it’s very hard to get out both from a psychological standpoint personally and for the company to release you from the expectation. But just how much of a scam is it? Is bonus calculated based on the company’s assignment of your “fair days work”? In other words if 2 drivers run the same route exactly the same will their bonus be the same? I don’t think so. I think bonus is calculated specific to each driver’s “fair days work”. For new drivers “a fair days work” is based on your pace set during qualification, and that’s right I forgot if you don’t scratch, you’re out of a job. How is it possible that one driver scratches a route with 150 stops at 8 hours and another driver scratches it at 8.5 hours effectively giving the second driver .5 hours bonus for the exact same trip getting back at the exact same time?? Effectively meaning that 8 hours pay on any given route could be 100 stops for one driver and 150 stops for another driver even if both come in under allowed or even at exactly 8 hours? How is it possible that even the same driver running the exact same trip a year apart, same work same return time “earning” a different bonus amount?? Please prove me wrong?? Please tell me I’m imaging this! And if I’m right why is it such a big secret? Why does no one…not even other drivers explain this in detail to new drivers? Not just scoffing at bonus but explaining that your setting yourself up to be 50% or 25% cheaper than another driver but are only getting 10% or 20% of that in bonus. If that’s true and every driver knew it, bonus centers would be out!