The other day I was given a very poor load. I showed my sup and asked her if she would like to deliver this load. Her reply was no and that I would have to sort the load after I get some of the bulk stops off. So that is what I did. Anyhow to get to the point. Do to the bad load I had 11 missed. Now I am getting a warning letter for having 11 missed pkg's. The worst part is that I had called my sup earlier in the day and told him that I would not be able to deliver all of my stops and be in under 9.5. He told me to get what I could done and be in under 9.5. What they are basing the warning letter on is that I stayed with the trace and delivered 1 stop that was 3 miles off the mainline. They told me that " I am paid good money to make good decisions". That I should have sheeted the one stop as missed and that would have allowed me to get a few more of the 11 missed. So we are told to make trace % and that we are payed good money to make good decision. I will be fighting the warning letter. I think this is rediculous. What are your thought on this situation.