I gathered a few basic points from the quarterly video. 1. The company is making lots of money and growing. 2. There has been no increase in turnover since having the cameras installed. 3. The cameras aren't being used for discipline or to fire drivers. 4. Some drivers are upset about the cameras but, basically, we don't care because of points 1, 2, and 3. So, first of all, if the company is making money and growing that's good for all of us. The rest of it I call BS on. I don't have to look at a spreadsheet to see that there's been a surge in drivers quitting. Cameras aside, this is an excellent job working for a strong, growing company. People don't just quit this good of a job en masse so you would think that any amount of turnover would set off alarm bells that something is wrong. Doesn't seem to bother Saia. In addition, whatever turnover numbers they do have don't account for all the drivers who have decided to leave, started applying, and just haven't been hired somewhere else yet. This describes most of the drivers I know personally. And, the last few weeks in particular it seems like they've been dropping like flies. Now to point 3. This is nothing more than one big steaming pile of fertilizer. Whether you like the cameras or not, everyone here can name someone directly who has been either suspended or fired for being "caught" on camera. Number 4 is basically just a big middle finger to all of us. "We know you don't like it but f*** you!" I know there are already 798 threads on here about these cameras but I felt the need to start a new one to vent about this stupid video. It shows just how little they care about drivers and what we think as long as they are still making money. I'm not here to bash the company I work for. As I mentioned before this is a great job and a great company. That's why it frustrates me so much that they have crapped all over it with this nonsense and then feel the need to lie to us through propaganda videos every quarter.