Hello everyone. So, if you have read my previous thread on supervisors working grievances, then you will know who I am. Basically, ever since I started filing supervisors working grievances, I have been moved to a heavier load area with a supervisor that has been explicitly instructed not to touch packages. Just today, I was given a "talk with" for not working as directed (I have been following the methods to a "T", but the part that they say I am not meeting is loading 4 packages a minute). They seem to be implying that 4 packages a minute is a method, even though it is clearly a production standard. I am being very careful to follow the methods and ensure that I get no misloads, since I know that I have a target on my back. The silly part is that my supervisors seem to be implying that I am not working hard enough. I have repeatedly told them to simply come watch me load, and that if they watched the speed that I load at, then there would be something wrong with them if they could fire me for not "working as directed" in good conscience. My part-time supervisor also told me to watch my back, as a lot of higher-ups are watching me and that "UPS will always win in the end" (whatever that means). I have talked to my steward about this, and he was present at the "talk with", and he said to just keep doing what I am doing, and that they could not fire me over production as long as I follow the methods. I intend to keep doing as I have been doing, and to file grievances, but what advice can people who have been harassed give me? Can they take this beyond a "talk with" and begin to discipline me? Thank You.