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I have a problem at my workplace. I am working in a warehouse and picking cards. our job is totally based on how much we pick in a day minimum is 200 cards per hour. we are 8-9 people working at same level. Our duties are taking a order, picking and packing cards in the box and then send the order to the next level. Our team leader is giving big orders which have large number of picking to one person and helping too much in picking and packing her / his order. Which results, that person doing less work than others but getting high pick rate from other pickers. some people complain about this situation to the supervisor but nothing happen. Team Leader is doing still that job for her. other people getting low pich rate because she is not giving orders equally to others and there is risk for those people who has low pick rate.

Give me some advice what should we do to resolve this problem? Is this really a problem or some people just overeacting?

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