Anyone else have that one driver (or more) in their center that has made a habit of of getting the PDS to move work from their route over to an adjacent route? Do they do so out of a genuine desire to improve efficiency and to help the customers or is it out of pure selfishness and only because they don't want to run those stops? Ours (mainly one person) is definitely of the latter category. But they all make me sick. They come in looking all off and already have an attitude before they have even punched in. They go straight to (after checking the OR to see how much bonus they made the day before) the computer and start scrolling to look for what they will get cut off. There is one that gets there super early...and I mean VERY early...so that he's already gotten his route just the way he wants it before the next early bird has even made it into the parking lot. Another one, and he is actually the one that really pisses people off, comes in about 30 minutes early and there is rarely a day that he doesn't get something moved to an adjacent route. And these stops may or may not be right on the border of his route and the other routes he cuts them to but his motive is purely getting off early and avoiding stops he doesn't like to mess with. He never asks for work that could easily be considered better for him to run to be cut to him. He might ask for something that is on the adjacent route but is on the opposite end so that he can get more miles in order to pad his bonus. But those are just quick and easy pickups. What really bugs us is that the PDS listens to these people. I'd tell them ask the other driver first or say YOU BID IT YOU RUN IT. One of them is a lower seniority driver and he's really starting to piss off some veteran drivers. We even have drivers that normally don't see eye to eye conspiring to fix this problem. LOL! What has been done to end these habits in other centers? I've already told the PDS not to move anything to my route for those guys without asking me first.