I've been with the company as a preloader for a year and 5 months now, and overall i enjoy my job. I load 3 trucks, sometimes 4. I'm on rollers, not the conveyor belt. As we all know, some days are better than others at UPS. Anyway, I do the best that I can when I work when loading. Everyone seems to think that being on the rollers is easy, but once the bulk starts coming, things get backed up, and the rest of the day can be crazy. Anyway, I work fast, always check to make sure I'm on the right truck so I don't have misloads, load the package, and go back to the rollers. I'll admit, I don't load perfectly, not every package is in perfect sequence by the PAS label, and not all the boxes may be lip-loaded, but if I spend all my time in every truck making sure all of the above things are perfect, I'll be getting bitched at my management for backed up rollers and egress issues due to packages falling. I always hear that the drivers say how bad I load. It really doesn't feel good to hear that. One supervisor told me today I should consider another avenue. I refuse to quit. Any advice?