I'm referring to the guys who signed the bid sheet (and won the position) that drive to the airport each morning and bring the NDA back to the pre-load. His job is to handle what he brought back to the hub, correct? He unloads the air-car and dumps NDA bags (which holds all the smalls) and that's it, correct? In our small hub, if the NDA driver gets back before there is a spot open on the dock to back into, they'll have him come in and do pre-load ground work until a dock door is open. Which usually means Supervision will have him dump ground / forever bags and scan the packages like the normal PT pre load scanners do (the 2 pre-load scanners stay, they just make the NDA driver the 3rd scanner) Is he allowed to handle or do ground work that pre-loaders are expected to do? Too me, that's taking work and time away from the pre-loaders. It's been happening for quite sometime now.