There is a new hire who is about 60 years old on the pick next to mine (preload). The dude is obviously old and not as quick as 20 something's that are on my line. During his first day the pt sup was on this dudes ass to go faster like you wouldn't believe. When it was last cage he was obviously screwed, and made a mess on the line with all the packages. Apparently he had 5 misloads. Next day he is on the slide and I spent about 10 minutes there today while my cages were light. Same sup is telling this dude to speed up and berating him in front of the half dozen of us on the slide a few times during the 10 minutes I was there. So my question is: do they set up people to fail? My first thought was "they really don't have an easier job for this guy to do?" why would they throw a 60 year old guy on a pick when there is 100 other jobs he can be doing? Has anyone ever seen something like this? It really rubbed me the wrong way The sup in question is easily the most easy going and decent person I've met there, which is why it was more confusing.