Ok, heres the deal. I've been working for UPS for a little over a year now first as a seasonal employee and I started again in April 2007 working preload. After our little new years break I went in yesterday at our start time to punch in and it said on the timeclock "invalid password. I told the preload sup and he said "I'll take care of it" and he had me write down the time I started and the time I left. I showed up again today and the same thing happened. This time I told the preload sup, the PAS sup and the delivery sup (shop steward called in sick so I couldnt talk to her) and again "I'll take care of it" was the response. So I went on and started working and I got off work and I was talking to the preload sup and he said apparently they took me out of the system. Pretty much according to UPS I no longer work there. His theory was that they thought I was a seasonal employee and after the holidays they took me off the "roster". They all got a big laugh out of it which I failed to see the humor in seeing as they got two days of work out of me when I wasnt even able to clock in. Now I am going to show up to work tomorrow and if the same thing happens I am going to go out to my truck and grab a grievance form and fill it out and then I am going to go home and not work. Is that an appropiate course of action or should I stay and work even though I am not able to punch in and therefore "working for free'?