Senior manager states, "I don't want ANY couriers breaking the rules in order to make service" ! Yet, management seems to turn a blind eye to the following: 1) drivers showing up for work 1 hour before their scheduled start time to reserve a truck for themselves, AND remove keys from other trucks in order to save trucks for their friends. 2) drive the truck around to the entrance of the building (while off the clock), punch-in for work, and 30 seconds later out the building headed to the route. 3) driving above the posted speed limit in order to make stem time to route area, make SPH, make stem time back to the station. 4) pickup stops while in a lunch break code. 5) swing couriers/drivers attempting to pickup a customer's stop as little as 15 minutes up to 2 hours before the ready time. swing couriers in some cases working so fast, breaking all sorts of rules in an attempt to show up and literally trying to make the regular courier who does his/her route by the book look bad to management and dispatch, returning back to the building 45 to 90 minutes earlier then the regular driver. Does anyone else notice these rules being broken, along with other unsafe acts at you station, while managers and dispatchers act as if they don't see these things going on ? How's your stress level these days ? Is morale low at your station ? Don't worry, management probably has a pre-peak BBQ scheduled for you ! Once they serve you a brat or burger, some chips, and a cold bottle of pop watch your morale go up through the roof ! BBQs make the courier feel real good !