This year it appears management in my area on average is working less hours than any other year I can recall - significantly less than say 10 years ago. TI see it at all levels from ops manager down. It seems as if the badge of working long hours is no longer valued or respected. Funny thing, the packages are still getting delivered. There have been several discussions on why management doesn't work as long as previous years and eras at UPS primarily focusing on the give/receive proposition of the current job...I would add that some of it is simply generational as we move from baby boomers to generation X'ers and Millennials. Are you seeing the same pattern? if so, to what degree? An informal survey and observation would put operations management weekly hours at 44 in my area.