My Preloader asked me if I had heard about his argument with the Shop Steward. I told him no and he preceded to tell me what happened. He said that when the break bell rings, he's usually backed up with pkgs, so he takes his 10 minute break time loading pkgs and clearing the belt. The Shop Steward walked over to him and told him he needed to take break like all the other Preloaders. My Preloader refused, saying that he needed the time to "catch up". The Shop Steward tried to explain that since the Preloader wasn't on the clock he wasn't allowed to work and that he was taking work from other people. My Preloader refused to comply and an argument ensued. My Preloader says he saw the Shop Steward working during the Preload break. *The Shop Steward was called in to work the Preload before driving, based on seniority. I explained to my Preloader that the Shop Steward did not get the same break period that a normal Preloader gets and that he (my Preloader) should be taking his break because he doesn't get paid to work through his break. He continued with how he needs the time to clean up his area. I explained to him that 10 mins. a day doesn't seem so bad until you look at it down the road. 10 mins. a day = 50 mins. a week = 200 mins a month and so on. I don't know if this got through to him, but last I heard, the Shop Steward filed a grievance against him for working off the clock. What are your thoughts on this matter?