Everyone runs out of hours on the weekend that isn't surprising. The night forman at 309 can do something useful for once and start calling drivers back to work, instead of writing disaplinary letters all day and forcing fatigued drivers out who are low on hours.
The best way to get the night forman rattled, is don't turn in the log sheets up to 14 days.
In order to have the weekend off. Make sure the door is shut between the drivers room and the dispatch office.
Do all the paper work in the break room, walk in, punch in, sign the inbound sheet quickly, go back out to the break room, wait a minute or two, then go back in, duck down, squat walk below the counter to the dispatch window, toss the bills onto the ledge, squat walk back to the door, and don't forget to shut the cell phone off.
Enjoy a great weekend. I did that all the time. It sounds stupid and crazy, but it always worked for me. It saves time instead of arguing and getting upset with the dispatcher when to go back on the board.
I looked at it as helping out the Jr. seniority drivers.