I am a new employee to the company. I have about 20 hours of actual work under my belt so far, and I'm sore as hell! I'm a loader on the twilight shift. There are quite a few really motivated young cats who routinely boast that they run a 450 pph. I have been focusing mainly on remaining upright, but also building good walls with level shelves, natural T's, locking in, and stacking to the ceiling. My pph is pretty low (around 200), and I'm really trying to improve. Problem is, it's peak season (and my body is just not accustomed to the work yet) and the sups are constantly telling me to count to 6 out loud. I can hear them talking to each other about my pph, and I know it's me because I recognize the "210" or "185" and the FT sup dogging my sup about it. Then my sup comes in and starts giving me the business about it. My sup keeps telling me that I'm doing a great job and that my walls look great. I just worry that I'm not up to snuff. This was my 6th day on the job. I handled the second highest amount of packages of my group, but still only had a pph of 210. I was the last to be told to go home (6 hours and 20 minutes shift as part time), but got a "pep talk" about my pph and counting out loud at the end. I get to work early every day, stretch out, bring a 1.5 liter bottle of water, wear appropriate clothing, speak respectfully, and ask what I can do to help if ever my truck is clean. I'm just worried that this pph thing is gonna be the black eye that sends me packing at the end of the season if I don't raise it. I'm really trying and I like the job, but should I be worried?