I'm relatively new to working at UPS. I work the preload shift as a preloader and the belt im on is one of the heaviest belts, there are two of us on the belt each with 5 cars two of mine always have bulk stops, anyways, I average out about two misloads a day. I do everything to the best of my abilities and beyond but i almost always have at least one. So, nothing is more annoying than me trying to keep my pace and having a sup talk to me/ have me sign for the misloads. At my first spot i was doing better i was splitting and had three trucks to load and only had two misloads max and had good streaks of 3-4 days with out misloads, but now im lucky to see just one day of the week not having a misload. At that spot I had someone tell me to alway refuse to sign anything because "they are collecting all the misloads to gather up information that you aren't an adequate loader to fire you." I had thought about refusing to sign but because the guy that told me the information isn't well liked so I haven't. Do I actually have to sign? Just seems like signing and getting s On my new belt I have two drivers that come in early to go through their trucks and resort them. I've got a lot of questions and this seems like the best place to be when it comes to talking about UPS. I have only worked there for about five weeks now but i love my job and i love being a UPSer so i would like to be better than the average bear.