Again, favoritism running rampant.Let’s start with overtime today. Now, we have a certain young lady that works in P&D in Garland that gets almost 60 hours every week. We have many men as well but it’s RH we shall address today. Now, I understand why this happens to the select few. They want the freight back in early and these early starters make it back in first so they get the late swaps. Many other individuals would like a few more hours (wasn’t me) but it gets hogged up by the same people everyday. With a little creativity and thinking outside the box the company could save a lot of money by cutting down on overtime and still get the freight back in early. 4 day work weeks as an example for everyone during slow times. Not a select few. I could go on but I’m will stop here for now. It’s better for everyone to suffer a little than for one to suffer a lot. Not everyone contributes here to help the cause of saving the company money. It’s not even a consideration. Overtime hits the bottom line but no one is accountable for it.