Couple of questions about our required breaks at Express: 1-Can a manager require you to go on break when waiting for freight in the morning between inbound trucks? We had this happen a few days ago and our manager acted like "let's get that pesky break out of the way while we're waiting on our freight." I didn't take the break (it ended up only being like 22 minutes of delay code 43), but many others did. Since they only got ~20 minutes, they all had to take another 20+ minutes later in the day. 2-If you're doing a route that has deliveries and pickups and the delivery side of things are a little light, are you required to go on break to fill the extra time before your pickups are ready? As long as you've done your required break (30 or 60, depending on the length of day), you're good right? The only thing I have read/heard about with regards to these are what I saw posted here on the forum a while back, but I wanted to make sure it's correct: I know what I do and what I've seen others do, I just wanted some feedback so I can answer my manager when he asks why I didn't take longer breaks on late freight days or light stopcount days. Thanks!