Hello all, This would be my first post on this forum and apologize for the upcoming read. Its about half is just me venting frustration that I'm feeling from my hub. I'm about two to two and a half months into my employment as package handler at my UPS center. I load three heavy trucks at the back of the belt after a one week general training period. The first month I was doing great with no misloads and keeping up with flow. I'm friends with my belt supervisor, along with most of every package handler and some other sup's. This week, however; has been the worst time I've ever experienced. My trucks are getting doubled to triple their normal box count, while I get the usual 4 hours or less time to load. I get yelled at by management about stacking out and demotivated by the constant "our belt is the worst in the region". By trying to keep up, I've had a few misloads the past couple of weeks that has me now on their target list. Every day I get yelled at about misloads, if not then stacking out, or by one driver who demands a perfect clean truck. One day I was surprised by a stranger while being overwhelmed with several bulk loads. I was greeted with "Since I've moved here, your name has always been on the misload list. How can we fix this? Do I need to teach you the proper method?", and I replied with no, and that I would try harder. The following day I was taken off my belt and yelled at by a higher up and the guy, who is in charge of stopping misloads, for refusing help. I was then schooled on why I should accept his help and that I was doing a poor job. When the misload guy was alone with me, he stated that he was tired of delivering my misloads and that my career will be shorter if it continues. Now today I was sent home as soon as I arrived after a brief talk with a higher up. He stated that the only way for me to understand how serious my situation is, was for my pay check to be damaged. Thereafter he sent me home with no hours and said that I better gain a new perspective on my job here. Am I in the wrong by thinking this is not how you treat employees? Especially ones who do a very hard days work for little comparable pay. Should I just start looking for other employment?