Supervisors Helping Package Handlers (When in need of help due to heavy belt package volume when loading 3-4 cars). IS THIS AN OK THING OR A BAD THING? The way I see it and every other person should too: It is OK for PT & FT Sups to help out PH when loading their trucks if he or she can't keep up or if the belt volume is heavy. THE MORE HELP THE BETTER. For EX. - He or she is loading truck #'s 996, 995, & 994. The person loading truck number 994 just got out of his or her truck and looks on the belt for other truck number's and gets a 996 package when still at truck 994 then as soon as he or she is going to enter truck # 996 a 995 package appears but is missed because he or she is entering truck number 996 and passes him or her. Now his or her PT Sup sees that they have missed the package and loads it into the correct car to help him or her out. PC Drivers threatening Sups with grievances helping out PH loading trucks before departure time. In my eyes this is a great big help. In other cases, PC Drivers threaten Sups who even dare to look at a package with grievances. A lot of PC Drivers come in early to help sort out the way they want their truck to be. I will be doing the same when I start driving. Please, let's discuss this Supervisor vs. Hourly topic in a reasonable manner and see how many people disagree or agree with supervisors working even if it benefits both the PC Driver and Package Handler.