Soooo I work at a hub where we show up at 545am on Monday. And the rest of the week, 530. I heard about the ficticious 3.5hrs we are suppose to get, but no one gets it in our hub unless your the guy who does the customer counter. I don't know the ground rules are but is that "cool" for them to do? Or is it against some type of union rules? Denying people their 3.5? We cram the belt everyday, people get overwhelmed and missload constantly. Just so we can hurry up and be done. I know its the supervisors job to be cost effective but since I've worked there id say the avg is about 4,5 missloads a day which isn't good I hear. Seems counter productive to me. Wouldnt it be better to start at like 5? 515, so we can make sure trucks are loaded properly? And we aren't doing small sort going as fast as possible while drivers are doing there morning meeting??? I dunno. I'm fine with what I get. 3hrs a day, maybe 3 and some change because I'm able to do more than one thing. Is it like this at every hub? This, get in-get out mentality??