Why, does the driver get in after 8 or something?A driver in my center drops anything he picks up during the day, whether it be walk-up pickups or call tag packages, at the pickup locations on my route everyday, even stuffs them in dropboxes so he doesn’t bring anything of his back to building. Is this fine?
You need to learn the ways of the Jedi. He’s old, slow, and lazy and works the system because he’s been here longer than you, and has mastered his Jediness. One of his tricks is his packages end up on your truck.
I should ask management then? He tattled on me Monday for texting him to stop pushing his work on me, this after he always calls center and tells them to give me his pickups.If he takes the time to unload the packages at your stops he isn't avoiding work. More likely he gets back to the building too late or too early. If management OK's it then you just work as directed.
The only issue is he isn't getting credit for the pickup pieces. Sounds like he is worried about making bonus.A Runner-Gunner.
How much stuff is the driver leaving? Might be more work to dump the pickup work unless the driver is in a small truck.