These are some tips that turned the heat back on UPS in our center which has made a big difference in the reduction of unwarranted production harassment. First of all, you might be working in a at-will state such as Florida. If so be thankful you do have the union for some relief, otherwise you have very little protection from being terminated. If you are currently employed and unfairly harassed over production there some things you can do about it. First, document and grieve every form of discipline with the union if it was unwarranted or not. You can file complaints with OSHA, DOL, DOT, NRLB, EEOC and others. If you are told by mgrs. on ojs rides to speed or block handicapped parking, you can pull over and call your DOT or OSHA. Always file a grievance and complaint on this. It is illegal to be coerced, harassed or intimidated to work unsafe by your management. If you are unjustly fired over production, your rights drastically swing in your favor with regards to state and national laws. Hire only a employment and labor attorney. They are very busy these days, so if one takes your case be happy. Our center was pushed to the edge and everyone knew it was time to get the Unity back. We collectively fought together and those who were unjustly fired became hero's. Those who deserved to be fired, well thats their problem. Use the 340 methods, not only the ones that save you time, but every single one. Stay off your phones on Company time. Only use DIAD for work communictions. At least your efforts will be on record. Do not speed(remember ups will not pay for your ticket or the increase to your insurance, but they will keep your driving record on file). Check your employee often and makes copies of it. You do have to do it on your time and pay for copying expenses. Most sups will act like they never heard of this. Never give up and do not let your co-drivers work off the clock.