This illustrates the fallacy of the whole organization. They need to initiate the use of coercion by threatening to remove "privileges" and calling people "weak" if their time doesn't meet certain quotas. And then they wonder why they don't have any "Bible Studies".
To me, a sound organization would not need to initiate the use of coercion (or force, either) to get people to do more. If this was truly an exciting place to be, if people were truly at their happiest while serving Jehovah, there would be no need to initiate coercion or force to get people out there. If anything, they would be showing up volitionally at all hours of the day and night to do service, and having the group meet at 9 AM would result in people showing up early (rarely would anyone ever be late), and they would hurry up and get out, staying out most of the day. And it would be quality time, people moving as directly and briskly as reasonably and sustainably possible, to achieve the objective.
The fact that guilt, coercion, threats (and occasionally even force) need to be initiated to get people out in service at all indicates that the whole thing is a scam. People are not at their happiest while out there in starched suits with the collar button done, with white dress shirts (or dresses for sisters, in the coldest part of winter). They do not seem eager to get to the door. They need threats and rules to get moving at top speed--indicative of the fraud. I would bet that if people were genuinely at their happiest while out in service, and there was no pioneer arrangement or hounding to get out more, people would volitionally be out there 200 hours a month and up. The hounding is definitely not acceptable.