They don't give us enough time to check.As long as you’re union, they cannot fire you for misleads depending on your contract language. I once had 27 misloads during peak, but I’m still at UPS. If your building is only pushing 5,200, everyone should take 10 minutes at the end of the shift with a marker and check for misloads if supes are that upset about it. I do that sometimes, I recently had 6 misloads in a day. If people are helping you and putting boxes in your cars, you’re not responsible and they might say it came from your scanner but my supes are down my throat if I get slammed and don’t scan the boxes I leave out. You’ll most likely be fine, it’s probably just another scare tactic.
I usually don't even get to finish my own trucks. 9 o'clock and we are out the door even if stuff is still coming down the belt.
They are also pushing my start time back so when I come in my section is already a train wreck because the belt has already been running 15 minutes by the time I clock in. There's really no way to recover from that. They are preaching to me about load quality and misloads but they aren't even giving me a chance to take a glance at my load sheets or to even breathe.