I've been here for a little over 3 months now, and this place is so complicated and confusing, I still don't understand it. On this site http://makeupsdeliver.org/category/production-harassment/ it says: "What was the frequency of missorts or misloads and the overall accuracy percentage? Use a percentage when considering the amount of mistakes to total packages handled. For example: ten misloads out of 1,000 is still 99 percent accurate and does not warrant discipline." This implies that discipline for wrong cars is based on percentage. I don't know how accurate this is, but it's all I could find. Anyways, SUPs got switched around a little over a month ago, and they have a whole other set of policies they expect us loaders to follow: We have to follow frequency, which is 1/1100 packages, and you get a write up. I always get frequency, so I haven't been written up (yet,) but there are some loaders who have been. Will these write ups stick? And, what if someone get's fired? Will that stick? Also, what is this thing about accuracy percentage on that website I posted?