Well, today I just quit my Preloader job at UPS, because nobody would take the time to train or help me with my gigantic load. From the start, I have been assigned 4 cars every day. I was never shown any belt-to-car methods, and the supervisors did nothing to help. The only thing I was told, was that the truck number is on the box, and the shelf number is on the box. Everything else was up to me to make it work somehow. This location is a total wreck, and I now see why they can't keep employees. I get stuck chasing down packages, as boxes pile up outside, and inside of my trucks. Still, there is no supervisor or trainer to help. I was only working for 3 weeks and one day, and the stress and frustration of the job was too much to handle. Supervisors would get frustrated and walk away, without showing me any ways of making the job a little easier. I was really looking forward to working for UPS, and it seemed like a great job. I'm upset that nobody could take the time to train or help me. I really wish this could have worked, and I'm really let-down by the whole experience.