retired2: In your world, every driver was perfect. In the real world, that certainly was not the case. In your world evey driver pulled his fair share of the work. In the real world this most definately wasn't the case. Would you care to explain why when a "poor performer" had a supervisor or manager with them, there was a great improvement in their performance for that day? Oh, I know, it wasn't a typical day and everything went right. Don't you find it amazing that the only days that weren't typical were the days when a supervisor was with the driver? From what you posted, I would guess you would say it's intimidation to ask a driver why the demonstrated performance level was different from the level when alone? In your world no driver has ever taken more than the allowed lunch and break times. No driver has ever padded the mileage to try to make up for extended lunch. No driver has ever falisified records. No driver has ever missed stops because he/she didn't feel like going there that day. If those things never happened, then you are correct. But, we all know that is not the case in the real world. So, if I seem nasty to you, it's because I worked in the real world where what you call harrasment was trying to correct the person and have everyone do their fair share of the work. A FAIR DAYS PAY FOR A FAIR DAYS WORK.