Recently, My Hub has had three Package Drivers fired. First one was a "Runner". He had two years in and would drive split routes. He would have a big grin on his face when I saw him at the fuel pump at 4:30 PM finishing up with us that run EAMs before our regular routes. Anyways, he hits a mailbox and doesn't call it in. He tells the homeowner he will fix it himself and he thinks he is safe. He sent his 77 year old mother out to do it and the homeowner calls UPS. Haven't seen him the last six weeks. The second guy backs into a Mercedes when parking in an office complex. He goes in and tells the owner, who for some reason that I don't understand, just tells him "to not worry about it", and doesn't even come out and look at his car. Our three year driver has had another "unreported", and doesn't call this one in either. Car owner calls UPS later in the day and wants to know when his car will get fixed. Our driver is fired but gets his job back after our Division and Center Managers interview the car owner and lets our driver have another chance with about 5-6 weeks of lost pay. The third one is a doozy, this happened last week and I'm still not sure of all the details. Fifteen year employee in my work group has a reputation for milking the clock and going over 9.5 everyday. Personally, he is a nice guy, wife and four kids. Anyway, somehow he cons a newer driver to take his DIAD and a split and run them for him. The veteran driver sticks out like a sore thumb when a member of the management team notices him back at the Center at 5 PM instead of 7 or 8. The newby driver clocks him out over an hour later. The next day, his DIAD and ending milage don't quite add up. Hes gone, I don't know what they will do to the other guy. Sometimes I wonder about some of my co-workers. The first two would have been fine if they had of just picked up the phone and called. The third one I am sure is in deep water. I don't expect him back. Folks, just do the right thing, its as simple as that.