Ok this past week my floor loaded packages started being put on the shelf. I went to my Sup and asked him, deer in the headlights, so I went to talk to the Preload sup., and was told the following. Someone up in an office somewhere has come up with the bright idea that unless you have 10 packages or more nothing should be loaded on the floor. Now I have one stop that was loaded in the rear, got 4 to 8 that weigh about 50 pounds, thanks too this new thinking I now have to work them out my side door. All the other heavy stuff I had on the floor is now either jammed on the shelf or still on the floor and just all random, and because I am now losing shelf space for large packages I am getting small stuff just dumped on the floors, which I now waste time picking of the floor and lining it up, losing time as I do it. My questions is this. Do the people who do this have bets as to who can screw up the loads the most? Do they get awards for coming up with plans that will make us work harder, go slower? I really mean it, are they just trying to make the job worse, are they trying to hurt us? Oh my sup. thinks this is dumb and feels bad for us, and he is not going to say anything becuse he does not want to make waves with the people above.