I work on a sort aisle in a hub in a relatively large city. Last week I discovered, in plain view, a 'Package Handling Audit' sheet that had about eight employees names on it. Next to each name, it stated that a certain number of packages had been 'audited' by our part-time supervisor with the number of 'mishandled' packages noted. Next to this, all of our 'initials' had been written in; all in the same handwriting. I asked some of the employees that were on the sheet if they had signed thier initials on this particular document. They all said "What paper? I didn't sign anything." Moreover, our supervisor did not discuss any 'mishandling of packages' with any of us, to my knowledge. We all try our best to handle every package correctly. Sometimes though, when the PD belts are stopped for minutes at a time and we get stacked up, there's not much we can do. What's going on here? Is this document something that can be filed to come back and bite us in the butt later or am I just overreacting to normal managerial paper waste? This makes me wonder what kinds of other paperwork is being produced behind the scenes regarding hourly employees. Keep an eye out.