For years at our center they would post a page on the door to the Diad room which showed what each driver did the day before. It has their name , the dispatch, on road hours for the day, packages delivered, miles and how far under or over they ran. They now print these numbers individually and leave the numbers in each drivers slot outside the office. My question is how do they post these numbers at your center? I understand the argument that these numbers should just be between UPS and the individual driver. If your center is like mine , however, every driver near you in the morning is complaining how much work the have. They all claim that they had 10 hr days all week and need you to take that air for them. I walked in the center manager's office the other day, after I went out with a 9.4 on my first 8 hr request of the year, and found the sheet on his desk that showed the other driver's dispatches in my loop. One of them was under 8 and the other 2 had around 8.5 s. So my question is why shouldn't this be posted for anyone to see, unless they have something to hide? What's next ? They will tell you not to look in the back of another driver's package car in the morning because that is also private information?