With the release of the new Accident Policy, and our "outstanding" SFA results, I think we're due for a hammering. I'm guessing that while they were cooking-up those numbers, they were also seeking new ways to make us more productive and to cull the herd of higher paid senior employees. It's interesting that their verbage in the Accident Policy reflects their opinion that we're not "safe" enough. But who created the very unsafe environment in which we work today? Why that would be the same Memphoids speaking out of both sides of their mouths about "safety". Pure BS. So, we have too many accidents, do we? Why are accidents up, Fred? Could it be because you're forcing couriers to speed and to work through breaks? Employees who eat on the run or don't eat at all are fatigued, distracted, and pressured all at once, creating the perfect scenario for an accident. My favorite is the new Driveway Policy, which means that if you have an accident in someone's driveway, it could be termed an "egregious act", which could get you terminated, as can all the other egregious acts, whatever the eff that means. It's up to management to determine the severity of the act, which should cause alarm bells to go off everywhere. What if you have a rural or suburban route with long driveways? Are we supposed to park on the street and hike in? That would be the "safe" thing to do, so we don't run over anyone's lawn or leave tracks in their manicured imported gravel. But that would take time , wouldn't it? It's pretty obvious that the new policy was written by cubicle-bound Memphoids who don't have a clue about the real world. That's nothing new, but the level of scrutiny is, and that's disturbing. What's next? Are we going to have to leave a mint and thank-you card with each delivery? My first thought is to never even enter a driveway from this moment on. If it's a half mile in, well, I'll just leave my vehicle on the highway and go for an hour long stroll. After all, it's policy, right? The best outcome of this stupidity would be another big ass lawsuit, and with this newest brainstorm, they might just get one. Please make it a class action, OK? While you're watching MT3 and Dave blow each other over how great they are, ask your fellow couriers how they really feel about what's happening, and how we are going to turn it against them. This is what happens when you don't have a union.