So I am a 28 year old man working through a staffing agency. They assigned me at FedEx Smartpost. My first day was November 7. It's a pretty new building. I'm thinking they took over the building and refurbished it to fit FedEx systems. Anyways I am an unloader and when I am done I help out in the palletizer area. The palletizer's just grab it from the conveyor's and read the label from the package and match it up with the pallet they are putting it on. The packages on the pallet's need to have each layer level and even all around. No staircases. So about a week ago the Operations Manager appointed a team lead for the unloaders no it's not me. I'm not upset about that by the way. A few days ago he called me over and gave me a little review. He tells me "The manager and I had a review on you. I said "ok?" You are doing fine but you need to pick up the pace a bit more. Mind you I thought I was doing a bang up job. Since most of the time that I partner up with someone unloading the trucks the scanners have to stop the line since they can't keep up we move pretty fast for them. Also when they ask me if I want to take a water break I tell them "hell no" and I keep on working while some of the other guys go get some water. He goes on and since we will be increasing the volume and if you are not doing a good enough job you will probably be sent to the palletizer's area. Not his exact words but a summary. He then does a comparison. I really hate it when I get compared to other co-workers. He said "look at the two new guys. "They are rocking it out." Those two new guys have just been there three days. He pretty much said I need to be better than them since I have been there longer. Maybe they emanate confidence better than me. I don't know. I can see his point but I don't think three days is long enough to judge somebody on how well they are doing. You never know. I have seen guys that are doing very well in the beginning but end up not caring after a month or two. All depends on the person. Another thing that pisses me off is when he said "but don't take this personal". I said "I know and I understand". I am 28 years old and not sure how old the lead is I would say around mid-twenties. When he said that he acted like this job was one of my first jobs. Of course I am not going to take it personal. I just wish I knew on how to respond back to him for standing up to myself but also being respectful and professional at the same time. Maybe someone here can help me in this area. I learned a long time ago when I walk in on the job I know to leave my personal life outside. Everybody just keeps to themselves and everybody is so new to each other no new co-worker friends I can tell this to. So I am reaching out to you guys. I actually feel much better now that I am typing this out. By the way I am only staying through Christmas. I am going to look for another warehouse or general labor position. I am quitting because I do need insurance and I can't get it on my own due to a preexisting condition. I have uveitis in my right eye. Right now it's dormant but I feel the more time I delay it without getting looked at the worse it will be. So any words of advice, encouragement or anything else is all welcome. Thanks for hearing me out.