That's all I hear from package car drivers lately. Every morning they are being harassed about #'s. During the day about there ETA. Contacting them about spending 5 min to deliver a single package. Sups following drivers on there route so they can find something to write them up for. Overloading them with 10-12 hours of work during the hottest time of the year. No matter what they do it's not good enough. THIS IS NO WAY TO TREAT YOUR EMPLOYEES. I want my company to profit and I know they can do so without resorting to these tactics. May God bless his family and help them during there grieving process. I cannot imagine what they are going through but I can imagine what there feelings are toward UPS. I also pray for my brothers and sisters in package, that God will be with y'all and bless y'all and I pray that UPS will find a more respectful way of motivating. Y'all have a tough job and nobody can understand what you deal with on a daily basis unless they walked in your shoes. I wonder if UPS notices or even cares that morale is rock bottom among there hourly employees.