Preferably I like 1 hour of OT per day. A little more is fine. Less is not so fine. That 1 hour has not been there for the last few months. I'm a cover driver. Work every single day. Dispatches have been super light. Now I know one reason for that is casuals are working and they want to get them ready for peak. So the work has been more spread around for the most part. But what I am wondering is, if this is the new trend? Lighter dispatches? With the new contract being pushed to 4 years to top pay is the company finally caving and is now willing to go on a little hiring spree? Lighten guys up. Cut down on the OT. Are the days of making 90K+ a year gone? Now I know what's going on here, isn't going on everywhere. I'm sure plenty of centers have driving lubing up every morning. But it's just something I have been wondering. Does the new contract of 4 years to top pay have them rethinking things in terms of cutting down OT and putting more drivers on? It's slightly worrisome for me. 41.5 hours per week doesn't cut it for me.