I had an outside-of-work conversation with a full time sup. We got to talking about UPS, and the topic of sups touching packages came up. He told me that they are highly discouraged (by... upper management?) from moving packages. He said that he helps around because he sees loaders (preload) struggling and feels bad for them, or something along those lines. I don't remember the exact words, but that's the feeling I got from it. He said they are told not to touch packages because they want to "hold the loaders accountable". In the sense that... they want to know who is actually trying and following the methods, and who is purposely being slow (not his wording). This kind of confuses me. Based on everything I've read here, I assumed that sups were encouraged to work, to get everyone off the clock as soon as possible. What am I missing here? Is my center really weird?