I just got into the union 2 days ago. Yesterday, there was a lot of volume, and a lot of misloads between the entire belt. 4/6 people got warning letters. Mine was for "Failure to follow directions" I circle pals, and write the numbers on the boxes. I scan packages when I can. That is the instructions I have been taught. The supervisor keeps harassing me to scan. When I get hit hard (basically the entire day because I load all Bulk stops some with 80+ packages) My first priority is to Make sure I can get them on the correct truck so I am not stacked out terribly. I don't misload any bulk, its normally when packages fall off the belt, or someone above me misses their work and that package ends up in my stack. I do scan when I can in a safe manner. I don't know how I have not followed directions. There is no set amount of scans we need to have. Also, they claimed to have given me "verbals" about scanning. There was no shop stewart present. Then when I was given a warning letter, the guy who I think was a stewart ( I wasn't sure if he was or not because the only one I know of is a girl ) Should I file a grievance for the warning letter and harassment? Side Note: Supervisors also come chip in when I have 100 packages coming down the belt at once) That wouldn't make me accountable for misloads. Today was absolute HELL. After 4 people got their warning letters, everyone stacked out to the point where you couldn't navigate one truck to the other. (Because they try to scan every package to reduce misloads) That is creating an unsafe work environment. How would one go about this?