Would anyone consider this a problem: -When ever the stewards here are approached with ANYTHING they say "I'll check my union book tonight and get back with you" but never do. -If approached about the same thing repeatively the stewards say "Call the BA. His/her number is up in the break room." -The stewards have plenty of time to play golf with the sups but act like they have no time for anyone to talk to them about issues at work. I'm not so sure these guys should be stewards and don't know why they even volunteered to be stewards. Maybe nobody else wanted to. Regardless of how they became stewards they should be doing more then what they have shown so far. They are fairly new and you wouldnt expect them to know much yet but they aren't even trying. Our newbies don't want to join the union and these guys are the reaason. If I was new and the first and only union representation I dealt with was those guys I'd shy away too. I'm the highest seniority guy on my shift and pretty far up there for the whole building for part timers and more than a few people have approached me about this. Even drivers are starting to complain and we've had a couple of people get out of the union as a result. Anyone have any good advice on how to deal with these guys??