Coronavirus? What coronavirus?
I would think yes.It still does not strike me as a lot of misloads but who am I to decide such things.
I think a big reason we have "so many" is because our building is terrible. I understand we are a smaller center but our building literally looks like a shed. There's barely any room to load at all. And since this is something that will clearly never get fixed idk what they want us to do.
My main question though is can they actually fire you for it. I've heard people say yes and no.
If they tell you not to misload, slow down. The reason you are making mistakes is because you are trying to meet their production standards.
I've been there.
Do your thing, and do the job right.
We're hourly here.