I'm a unloader for the preload shift. My supervisor told me that I had the lowest numbers when I was timed the day before. I finished a 53 foot trailer in about 2 hours. I pulled about 2 very heavy trains of irregulars out of it by myself. I'm not sure how other buildings are set up but our belts don't reach the end. You have to carry the boxes back to the belt when your at the end which is when I think I was being timed. Why can't they time me on a day that I finish a regular feeder in 45 minutes or less? I just want to do my job and be left alone. I'm neither the fastest or slowest unloader but for them to throw these times in my face that mean nothing is very frustrating. If they really want a accurate timing on someone it should be averaged over a month and go by weight and how many irregulars you have to pull. They are no longer making their numbers because we have a new center manager thats going crazy about load stands and made everyone sign a paper. I'm wore out wrestling with the thing every day. The people that are still getting good unload times aren't using them. They announced today that to make their numbers they want to lay off more people. How does this make sense? We have 4 supervisors from another shift following us around with clipboards telling us were not drinking enough water or whatever crazy bs they can think of.