Changing Loading Docks

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by sly, Feb 18, 2015.

  1. sly

    sly New Member

    Just a quick question. Should I be moved around a lot? I get moved around to different docks a lot. One night I'll be at one dock, the next I'll be on another. Some nights I move to a few different docks-where ever help is needed I guess. I don't really like being moved so much because my scans per hour aren't as good then. On my normal dock my scans per hour are great. I am still pretty new but I have my seniority and we just got a new hire put on our dock. If they need help on other docks why would they put the new hire on my normal dock?
     
  2. Baba gounj

    Baba gounj pensioner

    and the mouse ran up the clock .
     
  3. wheeereeeeeeeeeeeeeer are the dishes?
     
  4. PT Car Washer

    PT Car Washer Well-Known Member

    Very much normal for the new guy to get moved around a lot. Especially if you can clean up the loads wherever they place you. After a while they will give you your own set of trailers to load.
     
  5. Cementups

    Cementups Box Monkey

    Work as directed.
     
  6. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    I prefer different docks.
     
  7. They're figuring out where you'll settle. I usually move guys around a lot to figure out where I'll put them permanently to see where they work out best. You'd be surprised how even in trailers many things can be different. We have one trailer that seems to always get these huge, heavy packages and there are guys that are fantastic in there, but horrible in another trailer that gets only a few more packages that are much much lighter but for some reason their stacks are poor.
     
  8. Oak

    Oak Active Member

    Just go in, work as directed. Just do your best. Let the numbers fall where they may.
     
  9. Wally

    Wally Hailing from Parts Unknown.

    If you are worried about scans per hour, you better readjust your thinking.
     
  10. Number24

    Number24 #24

    Work wherever they want / need you, sir.