So, let me start by saying : I know Misloads are bad and should be easy to avoid. Now, let me go on. My misload rate has gone under 1/3000 and I now have a pending suspension for it. I have a PPH in the high 300's or low 400's daily. Every time there is a wall quality audit, they say that mine are damn near perfect. I show up on time every day (7 months and clocked in ONE minute late, once.) My belt, around break time, has 3500 scans, with about 8 people. Every other belt in the building has ~3000 scans with 11 people. We are understaffed and never get help from other belts. As a result we are being pushed to the extreme - 400 PPH and backed up all the way to the pickoff? Great, load faster. No, I can't send any help, they are busy. Constantly getting told to go faster. I get a few missorts and toss em' out of the trailer to the catwalks. Yell out "MISSORTS IN ______" and they are still there an hour later. Someone comes to help and starts tossing boxes back on the extendo, next thing I know a few of them get loaded and of course that comes back on me. Am I free of all blame? Hell no. Is there more that could be done? Yes, I think so. I was handed papers for a grievance and told I have a "pending suspension" because of my misload rate which is partly/largly due to the fact that the entire belt is understaffed. Today we had everyone again on our belt at a solid 300 PPH but at the end of the day we had 7 carts of irregs waiting because the guy running the floors had to push flow for the trailer that we have that was backed up all the way to pickoff and belt shutting off every 10 seconds. Still no help from other belts. I feel that it is a tad unfair that I am expected to have a perfect wall quality, 400+PPH, and 0 misloads at all times. There has to be a compromise somewhere. What am I missing?